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posted on Feb, 21 2013 @ 12:08 AM
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Doctors unsure why thyroid cancer cases on the rise?
Gee.... it's a mystery!
usatoday30.usatoday.com...




posted on Mar, 4 2013 @ 01:52 PM
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[align=center][font=Impact][color=chartreuse]FOR THE RECORD[/font][/align]
[font=comic sans ms][color=chartreuse]The 52-week mortality statistics for 2011 (through December 31)
issued by the
[/font] Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
[font=comic sans ms][color=chartreuse]now indicate that the number of excess deaths in the U.S. since the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster now stands at 53,682.[/font]






Fukushima Research
Excess post-Fukushima deaths in the US in 2011. Excess mortality in the US derived from CDC data.

A pdf containing ongoing reports of mortality in 2011 is available here.

Beta Radiation in the United States Following the Fukushima Disaster is available here.

Excess Mortality Rate Cover-up Continues
There has been a dramatic increase in excess mortality in the Pacific region for the months of November and December. Over 5,000 excess deaths occurred in this region in this time period, which is more than March, April, and May combined.

The East South Central region also had a spike in this time frame, and the West North Central and West South Central region also had increases in December more.




Excess Deaths in Japan
The Asahi Shimbun reported that the Japanese health ministry estimated that 64,000 more deaths occurred in Japan in 2011 than in 2010.

Of these deaths, 20,000 or so can be attributed to the earthquake and tsunami.

The article states that there is a trend toward higher death rates due to Japan’s aging society.

So we can say that, based on this information, no more than 44,000 excess deaths occurred in Japan after the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

When compared to the estimate of 53,000+ in this study,




Another home-run by our friend Bobby1.



Fukushima AIDS, part 1

26 February 2013

[color=chartreuse]Chernobyl AIDS & Fukushima AIDS
The ongoing global spread of radionuclides from the destroyed Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant is causing immune system-related illnesses in Japan, the USA, and worldwide.

The same phenomenon occurred and is still occurring after the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe in 1986, where it was termed “Chernobyl AIDS.”


One result of many studies conducted during the last few years in Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia is the clear finding that Chernobyl radiation suppresses immunity – a person’s or organism’s natural protective system against infection and most diseases.

The lymphatic system – the bone marrow, thymus, spleen, lymph nodes, and Peyer’s patches – has been impacted by both large and small doses of ionizing radiation from the Chernobyl fallout. As a result, the quantity and activity of various groups of lymphocytes and thus the production of antibodies, including various immunoglobulins, stem cells, and thrombocytes, are altered.

The ultimate consequences of destruction of the immune system is immunodeficiency and an increase in the frequency and seriousness of acute and chronic diseases and infections, as is widely observed in the Chernobyl-irradiated territories…

The suppression of immunity as a result of this radioactive contamination is known as “Chernobyl AIDS.”…


Apparently, impaired immunity triggered by Chernobyl radionuclides adversely affected all of the individuals, without exception, who were subjected to any additional radiation. (Yablokov et al., p. 87 & 92, emphasis mine)

So everyone who was exposed to Chernobyl radiation had their immune systems affected from the fallout.

The same will happen to everyone exposed to Fukushima radiation, which is or will be the entire populations of Japan and the USA.

This is known as







posted on Mar, 4 2013 @ 01:55 PM
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I guess this is appropriate to this thread:


Japan on Friday insisted warnings by the World Health Organization of a rise in the risk of cancer for people in Fukushima were overblown, saying the agency was unnecessarily stoking fears.

The U.N.‘s health agency said the 2011 nuclear disaster had raised the cancer threat for people living near the crippled plant, which spewed radiation when reactors went into meltdown after a huge tsunami struck.

But Japan’s environment ministry said the WHO had overstated the risks and called on people living in the area to respond calmly to the report, which it said did not reflect “reality”.

On Thursday, the WHO said rates of thyroid cancer among women who were exposed to radiation as infants within a 20-kilometer radius of the plant were expected to be up to 1.25%.

This represented a 70% increase over the baseline risk of thyroid cancer over a Japanese woman’s lifetime, which is 0.75%, the U.N. health agency noted.

“Their calculations were made based on the assumption that people continued living inside the evacuation zone and ate banned food. But there are no such people,” a ministry official said.


www.japantoday.com...



posted on Aug, 26 2013 @ 08:05 PM
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Originally posted by AndyMayhew
I guess this is appropriate to this thread:


Japan on Friday insisted warnings by the World Health Organization of a rise in the risk of cancer for people in Fukushima were overblown, saying the agency was unnecessarily stoking fears.

The U.N.‘s health agency said the 2011 nuclear disaster had raised the cancer threat for people living near the crippled plant, which spewed radiation when reactors went into meltdown after a huge tsunami struck.

But Japan’s environment ministry said the WHO had overstated the risks and called on people living in the area to respond calmly to the report, which it said did not reflect “reality”.

On Thursday, the WHO said rates of thyroid cancer among women who were exposed to radiation as infants within a 20-kilometer radius of the plant were expected to be up to 1.25%.

This represented a 70% increase over the baseline risk of thyroid cancer over a Japanese woman’s lifetime, which is 0.75%, the U.N. health agency noted.

“Their calculations were made based on the assumption that people continued living inside the evacuation zone and ate banned food. But there are no such people,” a ministry official said.


www.japantoday.com...


The name of the article was : Japan riled by WHO's Fukushima cancer warning

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so...please explain: The Japanese governments openness during this crisis, the trustworthiness of the WHO, and why cancers are generally flowering 10 to twenty years after exposure, but immediate stats are (somehow ) now more persuasive than science?
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