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Informative Speech - Specific purpose To inform my audience...

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Specific purpose: To inform my audience about how cell phones may have caused brain cancer, what type of people are more at risk, and the ways to protect your self from cell phones. Central idea: The possible harmful affects of cell phones Introduction 1) Imagine something as small as your fist, lighter than a small book, and is more available than an automobile. 2) Do you know what item I am speaking about? … A cell phone 3) Cell phones pose a risk to Americans everyday, and the more minutes spent on a cell phone the greater the possibility to be harmful on your brain. According to the U.S. Census Bureau “the number of cell phone subscribers in the United States reached approximately 159 million in 2003” 4) How cell phones may have caused brain cancer, what type of people are more at risk and the ways to protect your self from cell phones will be discussed to help make you more aware of this situation. (Transition: I am starting with how cell phones may have caused brain cancer and what people have suffered.) Body 1) Law suits have been filed against cell phones, the statistics of possible brain cancer due to cell phones, and the expert’s ideas should all betaken into consideration. Families started to file law suites a) In the book, True Odds: How Risks Can Effect Your Everyday Life, James Walsh presents a few cases where family members lost loved ones, to what they believe was brain cancer from a cell phone. The family members all
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