Not that I am an expert or anything but when you take an outdated phone from 1998 thats connected to a base station to increase power output, apply a 10 gram cube to it (equivolent to the weight of about 10 paperclips) and say its an accurate depiction of the results on people, I would wonder about the accuracy of the tests. Especially with a control group of 1. Oh and it was being run up to 6ghz as opposed to the US standard max of 1.9Ghz. In other words while I am no expert, i would be more afraid of the microwave.
I recently saw a product called the SAR shield that's supposed to reduce cell phone radiation up to 89%. i'm wondering if anybody knows if this actually works or knows any other products that work or any ways to reduce cell phone radiation. the web site for the product is http://www.sarshield.com/index.htm