[ RadSafe ] Mangano - Disease and death toll from Fukushima radiation needs careful, patient, tracking
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Sat Aug 18 22:25:27 CDT 2012
Suggest that professionals make news media aware of all the
shortcomings of Mangano's past research and claims - he has
established himself with the help of Janette Sherman as an expert on
Chernobyl just like Busby has -
Christina MacPherson posted: "[in the 12 months after Fukushima] an
excess of 38,700 Japanese deaths, with no obvious cause. Nobody should
yet race to conclusions that 38,700 Japanese died from Fukushima
exposure in the first year after the disaster. The final element
Disease and death toll from Fukushima radiation needs careful, patient, tracking
by Christina MacPherson
[in the 12 months after Fukushima] an excess of 38,700 Japanese
deaths, with no obvious cause.
Nobody should yet race to conclusions that 38,700 Japanese died from
Fukushima exposure in the first year after the disaster.
The final element needed before conclusions are made is patience;
vital statistics must continue to be tracked, and compared with
radiation exposures to the Japanese people.
[In 2009] A team of Russian researchers, led by Dr. Alexey Yablokov,
published results of 5,000 reports and articles on Chernobyl – many in
Russian languages never before made public. Yahlokov’s team concluded
that near Chernobyl, increases in disease sand deaths were observed
for nearly every human organ system.
Let the Counting Begin Fukushima’s Nuclear Casualties
by JOSEPH MANGANO, 15 Aug 12 It’s been nearly 18 months since the
disastrous nuclear meltdown at Fukushima. There have been many
reports on the huge amounts of radioactivity escaping into the air and
water, unusually high levels in air, water, and soil – along with
atypically high levels of toxic chemicals in food – that actually
“passed” government inspection and wasn’t banned like some other food.
Conspicuously absent are reports on effects of radiation exposure on
the health of the Japanese people. Have any health officials publicly
announced post-March 2011 numbers on fetal deaths, infant deaths,
premature births, birth defects, cancer, or other health conditions?
The answer so far is an emphatic “no.”
The prolonged silence doesn’t mean data doesn’t exist. Japanese
health officials have been busy with their usual duties of collecting
and posting statistics on the Internet for public inspection. It’s
just that they aren’t calling the public’s attention to these numbers.
Thus, it is the public who must find the information and figure out
what it means. After locating web sites, translating from Japanese,
adding data for each of 12 months, and making some calculations,
mortality trends in Japan after Fukushima are emerging. Read more of
Christina MacPherson | August 16, 2012 at 4:03 am | Categories:
health, Japan, Reference | URL: http://wp.me/phgse-73G
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