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Fukushima disaster: a doctor urges people to leave Tokyo

Since 2011, the Mita clinic in the city of Kodaira, near Tokyo, conducted blood tests and thyroid scans on 1,500 patients, including children. These tests are to be brought to completion and Dr. Shigeru Mita, director of the clinic, the health of the inhabitants of the capital deteriorated sharply after the catastrophe of Fukushima.

In an interview with the website Save children from radiation , Dr. Shigeru Mita said that “the rate of neutrophils (the most abundant type of white blood cells, an essential part of the immune system) in healthy children aged 6to 12 years is 4000, but the patients tested, it is 2500, well below the minimum value allowed so-called “threshold” level which is 3000. I think it shows a serious problem. “

This is of course due to the catastrophe of Fukushima.

“During the summer of 2011, there have been many cases of children with the bloodshot eyes, and found in most cases large circles. (…) We see now more cases of sinusitis accompanied by asthma. (…) And when these children spend some time in western Japan, their health improves. If it were possible, it would have to move away from the east of Japan.

“Radioactive substances from Fukushima Daiichi reached Tokyo, and huge amounts of contaminated waste is burned and there is no denying the fact that we inhale radioactive substances in the air. Again, after the nuclear accident, a huge amount of radioactive material was released into the environment. Therefore, if we see an increase in symptoms that are different from those we observed previously, physicians should first take into account the effects of radioactivity.

“I really hope that not only the children leave Tokyo, but also adults,” “Older people need more time to heal asthma, but medication is not working. There is also more patients with diseases that were once rare “

Source: Save chlidren from radiation via Russia Today


November 14, 2013 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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