The latest in the sequence of papers from the former Childhood Cancer Research Group at the University of Oxford is on underground cables.
It found no associations with undeground cables.
The paper’s actual conclusion is:
We stated, before knowing the results of our study, that an elevation of leukaemia rates close to UGCs would almost certainly have to be caused by MFs, as UGCs produce no other discernable effects in their vicinity. We have, in fact, overall found no evidence of increased risks for leukaemia. Despite the tiny fraction of people living close to UGCs, which severely limits the statistical power, the large overall size of this study means that this finding still carries some weight ….. We conclude that these results are modest, though far from conclusive, evidence against MFs being a cause of leukaemia, and therefore, indirectly, provide some further suggestive evidence that where risk elevations are found near OHLs, they may be caused by factors other than MFs.