Radio Frequency Sounds Dangerous. Is There Any Research About the Long-term Affects of Exposure to This Technology?

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Radio Frequency technology uses 50 Watts less than an average traditional light bulb.

Radio Frequency medical and cosmetic treatments have been employed for over 30 years. The Apollo TriPollar device has undergone extensive clinical safety testing and has shown no long-term negative effects from exposure to the energy delivered during treatment. In fact, the maximum power output of the Tripollar treatment tip is 50 Watts, or less than an average traditional light bulb. 

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