Ill TV star to acute leukemia: after eating vegetables from Fukushima, n-tv, Nov. 17, 2011:
Translation via Google
After consumption of vegetables from Fukushima ill TV star to acute leukemia
Large parts of Japan are loaded after the Fukushima disaster radioactive heavy. Also, the current rice crop is contaminated. After the disaster, the Japanese government had initially indicated, food from the contaminated region are relatively harmless. A Japanese TV host had eaten so demonstrative in his TV show vegetables from the north of the country. Now the 63-year-old is suffering from acute leukemia.
Acute lymphatic leukemia news caster Otsuka may die in 5 years for 70%, Fukushima Diary, Nov. 22, 2011:
Mr. Otsuka Norikazu [...] has been “supporting north Japan by eating their food”. [...]
He declared that he will be back on TV by next March or April, but he has his neck connected to the tube, and they are injecting anticancer drug.
Now he is 63 years old. Statistically, even though he goes though the hard time to fight against cancer, the chance of surviving is 30~40% in 5 years.
All we could do is to wish him the best luck.
See Mochizuki’s original report: Japan TV host diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia -- Had been eating Fukushima produce on show
Watch video in German here
Published: November 22nd, 2011 at 1:11 pm ET
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