Fukushima local government admitted another Fukushima child needs a prompt second inspection for the possible thyroid cancer. [...] Fukushima medical university comments, they took longer than 4 years to find increasing thyroid cases in Chernobyl. This case has no strong connection with Fukushima accident, but they will proceed blood and cell analysis to confirm if it’s really a cancer.
To investigate the effect of radiation by TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident, the primary examination of the thyroid gland examination Fukushima is going to target the approximately 360,000 people under the age of 18, there is a suspicion of cancer, “immediately following two 17, I found out in an interview to the participants that has one child who is determined for the first time “that needs to be tested. [...] As “it took four years at the shortest to the discovery of thyroid cancer in Chernobyl” Medical Fukushima Prefectural you are investigating, but seeing the causal relationship between radiation is low, examine the cells and blood, or cancer I determine whether.
From September 11, 2012: Kyodo: Thyroid cancer found in Fukushima child
Published: November 17th, 2012 at 4:23 pm ET