The World's First Free Cell Phone Radiation Shielding Device Now Available

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A prominent American oncologist raises concerns about cancer risks relating to cell phone radiation and FreeShield offers a solution. Using "Sacred G" technology recently featured on MTV's hit show, Rob and Big, introduces the world's first free protective cell phone shield.

The technology is free to download and free to use.

What do a prominent cancer doctor and a professional skateboarder have in common?

Dr. Ronald B. Herberman of the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute has made headlines around the world recently suggesting there is sufficient data to warrant issuing an advisory due to the growing body of literature linking long-term cell phone use to possible health effects including cancer.

At the other end of the country in sunny California, pro skateboarding megastar Rob Dyrdek recently introduced "Sacred G" technology on an episode of MTV's hit program Rob and Big. This technology is now taking the cell phone market by storm, featured in the world's first free cell phone radiation shielding technology.

On his T.V. show, Dyrdek began experimenting with a brand new performance enhancing technology that he claims improves his skateboarding abilities. This amazing technology creates a unique energy field that helps athletes stay "in the zone" and unlock new abilities.

This same "Sacred G" technology has quickly become popular with cellular phone users due to clinical studies and other evidence indicating that it helps neutralize the harmful electromagnetic fields, or EMF radiation, that cell phones emit. What's more, this technology is now being distributed absolutely free of charge.

Perhaps you've wondered how cell phones might affect your health, especially whether studies linking their use to anxiety, depression, infertility, brain damage, and even cancer might be true.

Dr. George Carlo is a former head of research representing the cellular phone industry. After years of working for these big corporate interests, Dr. Carlo became a leading advocate for consumer protection from cell phone risks. Dr. Carlo refers to the cellular industry's studies as "scientific fraud" and warns consumers to beware of cell phone use. shares significant research and studies showing that cell phones may indeed be more harmful than you may have imagined.

FreeShield is a technology you can receive instantly and easily apply to your phone within minutes. FreeShield uses "Sacred G" technology, which involves advanced mathematics and complex frequency equations. This technology generates a full spectrum vibration that is both balanced and stable. It is this full spectrum vibration that helps to harmonize and neutralize harmful frequencies such as those emitted by cell phones. After using FreeShield protection, many cell phone users report reduced levels of stress, anxiety, and depression, and other improvements in their well being.

"This technology is so far outside the box," says FreeShield founder, Craig Brockie "that we've been forced to address the skepticism from every angle possible, right up front." At, Brockie has created a multi-media visitor experience that provides an in-depth explanation of why cell phone users need FreeShield and how the technology works. Brockie also teaches visitors how to test FreeShield to demonstrate that it actually works -- even in double-blind studies.

"FreeShield is just that: the world's first free protective cell phone shield," said Brockie. "The technology is free to download and free to use." Users are encouraged to share FreeShield with their friends by email and create as many copies as they like to give away in person. Brockie is enthusiastic about FreeShield. "Our goal is to reach more than a million cell phone users by Christmas, but based on the response we've received so far, we might be there by the time school starts back up," he said.

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