Finally got a chance to listen to that. It's some of the finest FUD I've heard for a while. The key word he missed out there to begin with at least is 'non-ionizing'. I'm not aware of any well founded reports that found a positive cancer risk for that stuff, and when I check wikipedia as a kind of meta research it says That means no cancer, no DNA replication issues. I guess the report he's referring to that proposed that just maybe there were cancerous affects from non-ionising radiation is the IARC report. While the 5G spec does talk about pushing out radio waves at some dozens of GHz, ionization only really starts to occur at about 700 THz at the very lowest. In the mean time, plenty of us work in offices with cell towers on top of them. If you're scared of cell frequencies, I need to tell you about a burning ball of flame that appears in the sky approximately every 24 hours that can definitely burn you and even cause cancer. Edit: Whoops, link fail. Now fixed (I hope)!