Re: This should not go unnoticed:
"The video comes with citations. It is in English. Dr Devra Davis has been working for the US government before."
So that's a no, then, with added helping of insult. Figures.
Davis's publications are marked by alarmist titles unusual in scientific publishing. Meanwhile, here's a quote from Simon Chapman's intro to the Australian study* cited by someone above. It's to the point and telling.
"Davis’ concerns were the focus of an ABC Catalyst program that attracted widespread criticism, including from me and Media Watch. The Catalyst presenter Maryanne Demasi was nominated for the Australian Skeptics bent spoon award.....
We examined the association between age and gender-specific incidence rates of 19,858 men and 14,222 women diagnosed with brain cancer in Australia between 1982-2012, and national mobile phone usage data from 1987-2012.
In summary, with extremely high proportions of the population having used mobile phones across some 20-plus years (from about 9% in 1993 to about 90% today), we found that age-adjusted brain cancer incidence rates (in those aged 20-84 years, per 100,000 people) had risen only slightly in males but were stable over 30 years in females.
There were significant increases in brain cancer incidence only in those aged 70 years or more. But the increase in incidence in this age group began from 1982, before the introduction of mobile phones in 1987 and so could not be explained by it. Here, the most likely explanation of the rise in this older age group was improved diagnosis."
*Chapman S, Azizi L, Luo Q, Sitas F. Cancer Epidemiol. 2016. pii: S1877 - 7821(16)30050 - 9.