posted on Feb, 20 2013 @ 05:53 AM
Well it takes a minimum of two years for leukemia to show up from ionized radiation exposure and more usually around five years so are you sure this
is from their nuclear accident and not a coincidence?
Given that acute leukemia is not that common of a disease to see that 3 people in such a small area developed it at the same time roughly is certainly
strange and out of the ordinary.
The timeline from the accident and the development of this disease doesn't seem to fit as well as it should however if it was the cause. I mean we
are just at the bare minimum point in time when the damage from the radiation would be starting to be diagnosed.
Not sure what to make of this report. If the radiation was strong enough to affect 3 people then the odds are your going to see 50 more with the same
symptoms. We will have to keep an eye on this.