[ RadSafe ] Abnormal thyroid growths in 36% of Fukushima children Accept it with a shovel of salt
parthasarathy k s
ksparth at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Jul 20 07:03:40 CDT 2012
Please accept all that the lady reports not with a pinch of salt but with a shovel of salt!
From: Roger Helbig <rwhelbig at gmail.com>
To: RADSAFE <radsafe at health.phys.iit.edu>
Sent: Friday, 20 July 2012, 3:03
Subject: [ RadSafe ] Abnormal thyroid growths in 36% of Fukushima children
I thought that children were given Potassium Iodide pills. Does this
claim sound feasible or just another piece of hype from Christina
MacPherson's propaganda network? ENENews has been very active
anti-nuclear propaganda organ. They also make no effort to correct
their claims when they are found wanting.
New post on nuclear-news
Abnormal thyroid growths in 36% of Fukushima children
by Christina MacPherson
36 Percent Of Fukushima Children Have Abnormal Growths From Radiation
Michael Kelley | Jul. 16, 2012, Of more than 38,000 children tested
from the Fukushima Prefecture in Japan, 36 percent have abnormal
growths – cysts or nodules – on their thyroids a year after the
Fukushima nuclear disaster, as reported by ENENews.
The shocking numbers come from the thyroid examination section of the
"Sixth Report of Fukushima Prefecture Health Management Survey,"
published by Fukushima Radioactive Contamination Symptoms Research
(FRCSR) and translated by the blog Fukushima Voice. Shunichi
Yamashita, M.D., president of the Japan Thyroid Association, sent a
letter to members in January with guidelines for treating thyroid
abnormalities. In 2001 Yamashita co-authored a study that found normal
children in Nagasaki to have 0 percent nodules and 0.8 percent cysts.
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