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RF Safe Turns Up the Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month


Leader in cell phone radiation safety, RF Safe, joins the pink movement to highlight the importance of breast cancer awareness, education and research. Proceeds from pink radiation free headsets and cases will help fund breast cancer research.

(PRWEB) October 06, 2016

In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, RF Safe aims to raise awareness about early detection and prevention, celebrate breast cancer survivors, and give back to end the disease.

Available now, RF Safe's pink radiation free cell phone cases, and air-tube headsets are a great reminder of the importance of the month of October. A portion of proceed will be donated to benefit the Florida Cancer Specialist's Foundation.

The innovative protective cell phone radiation cases are the only case in the world using Peel-n-Shield™ technology to shield the entire front flip cover of the case in order to maintain a barrier that deflects microwave radiation between the user and smartphone at all times, no matter if it is used up to the ear or carried in a bra.

RF Safe headsets are a combination of engineering feats that overcome the potential hazards of radiation reaching the ear canal. By delivering live on-stage sound through thin acoustic air tubes instead of wires users can enjoy excellent sound without electrical components in the ears.

Both are compatible with all model smart phones with standard 3.5mm and 2.5mm headset jacks, including the new iPhone 7, and Samsung Galaxy s7.

"Wearing pink not only reminds people to get a mammogram, but honors breast cancer survivors, those who are currently battling the disease, and to those that have succumbed to the disease." Says founder of RF Safe, John Coates.

Coates suggest cell phone users research the hazards of cellphone radiation, and the best accessories that can reduce risk at "Anecdotal evidence suggests cell phone radiation implications with breast cancer," says Coates.

As many as 1 in 8 American women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of their lifetime, making it the second-most commonly diagnosed cancer in the U.S. As of last year there were 2.8 million women in the U.S. that either had finished treatment or were currently being treated.

Since 1998, RF (Radio Frequency) Safe has been dedicated to evolving the wireless industries safety standards by engaging in the business of design, testing, manufacture, and sale of safety technologies to mitigate harmful effects of cell phone radiation. Learn more ways to avoid excessive RF exposure by visiting RF Safe online at

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