Head of Medical Clinic: Radiation already causing health problems around Tokyo — Highly contaminated areas have led to physiological damage (VIDEO)

Published: May 7th, 2012 at 12:56 pm ET
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Footage of the NYC Press Conference May 4th 2012
Cinema Forum Fukushima

Dr. Junro FUSE, Internist and head of Kosugi Medical Clinic near Tokyo, Japan (in Japanese with English interpretation)

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There are hot spots even within the Tokyo Metropolitan Area that have actually already led to physiological problems/damage.

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We do have hotspots in Tokyo Metropolitan Area that have led to these physiological disorders — some of the disorders that have been observed are as shown here. Things like diarrhea, nasal bleeding, headache, eczema and so forth.

We are expecting thyroid disorders in children, but also cancers (bladder, leukemia, lung), diabetes.

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24 comments to Head of Medical Clinic: Radiation already causing health problems around Tokyo — Highly contaminated areas have led to physiological damage (VIDEO)

  • desara3

    I would have liked to attend this conference. There will be nothing in the mass media about this problem. If the same thing happens or has happened in the US, we would be none the wiser. There may have already been an incident and we would not know about it. It would be shrouded in secrecy. No one knows how to handle this type of situation. I think we are even more ignorant and foolhardy than the Japanese during a meltdown situation.


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    • getoutwhileyoustillcan

      "If the same thing happens or has happened in the US, we would be none the wiser. There may have already been an incident and we would not know about it"

      I think you're right. And now I'm wondering how many accidents have happened, that were never made public. Judging by the Gulf oil spill and Fuku, the standard operating procedure seems to be cover up whatever you can, and downplay what you can't. So I'm pretty convinced that any accident that could possibly have been covered up, was. And considering the enormous complexity of these things, and the types of people who are in charge, I have no doubt there have been plenty of accidents.


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    • blind- Shortfilm, post-nuclear Tokyo in a dimension not so distant from ours.
      To Japan Earthquake on Monday, September 05, 2011
      http://members.beforeitsnews.com/story/1053/842/


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  • "The damage that can result from Internal Exposure is not limited to metastasizing cancers, but [sic] affect our ability to withstand sickness." – translator

    In other words, it breaks down our IMMUNE system, so really, almost every illness should/could be considered as related, at least in part if not all, to these Death Machines and their cousins the Nuclear Bomb Testing with associated fallout.

    Someone stated the other day that it should no longer be called 'Health Care', it would more accurately be called 'Sick Care'.
    I believe I agree with that.


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    • desara3

      For a long time I have said. People cannot afford to be sick. It will send you in to debt. Even with insurance. They look at me like I am some kind of cancer for saying that. I have looked up cancer statistics for the past 50 years and thos numbers are only as good as the person entering the data. It only seems to rise as the population rises at the same rate. BullSH!T.


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      • americancommntr

        In the past, financial panics and depressions would jerk everybody and industry back to sensibility by force.

        Today, we have the "FED" and book entry bailouts that prevent natural corrections.

        And 'health insurance' makes it possible for the AMA and the pharmaceutical Nazis to sack, burn, and pillage one-sixth of the U.S. economy. (and growing).

        Now Democratcare is poised to FORCE YOU TO BUY INSURANCE, at gunpoint. As the corrupteaucracy makes every 80th kid autistic from vaccines, you get to pay for it. You get no more raises; you're lucky to have insurance and keep it, with a higher premium.


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    • skizexq skizexq

      and let's not forget the millions of rounds of spent DU shells around the imperialized globe/


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  • What-About-The-Kids

    A HUGE "thank you!" to Dr. Junro Fuse and the others who came all the way from Japan to report on the TRUTH of what is happening there.

    On behalf of all of us here who have learned that we simply cannot rely on the Mainstream Media for the real news that matters most, a humble and heartfelt thank you!

    Our hearts go out to all who are suffering in Japan. You have our support and sympathy.

    Domo Arigato!


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    • desara3

      My heart also goes out to the people. They have trusted what they are told as well as the people of America have. To believe and trust what we are being told. I have been brought up to behave that way. Now something just does not add up. Or smell right.


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  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture

    Outlaw nuclear power. This must happen now. Today.


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  • jackassrig

    My oncologist told me that no one can afford cancer. She was right. I had to file for bankrupcy. If you get sick in this country, God help you. Once you get over your sickness, employers won't hire you because you have a preexisting condition. Insurance companies won't insure you because of preexisting condition. In my state I could get insurance from a catastrophic fund but it cost about double of a normal policy. Fukushima cures cancer. Cancer cures indebtedness.

    To all of victums that will get sick, prepare to be fleeced.


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  • khaake

    Sortof related… here's a petition calling for a 100% nuclear-free power grid by 2022:
    http://www.change.org/petitions/nuclear-power-too-dangerous-too-expensive-not-worth-it


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  • khaake

    Sigh, that was meant as a response to TheBigPicture's post.


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  • arclight arclight

    "… most doctors do not take internal raiation in to account and remain silent…. that is the same for doctors who deal with the thyroid…"

    oncology, buisness.. investment…

    fukushima symposium september 2011

    all the evidence you would ever want!!

    wheres geraldine thomas then??
    bit of a short media career?? ;)


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    • arclight arclight

      heres acros latest test results on soil

      Results of ACRO's monitoring in Japan (7th of March 2012 update)

      Comments :

      The contamination is very large and comparable to the environment of Chernobyl.
      The Maeda field of Iitate-mura is the most contaminated place.
      Iodine contamination is the largest and it is better to evacuate the population.
      On the long time range, cesium 137 is the most worrying element because it has a half-life of 30 years.

      Regarding the results expressed in Bq/kg of soil, most of them are higher than the limit fixed by the Japanese authorities at 5 000 Bq/kg for agriculture. Rice cannot be cultivated.

      The data expressed in Bq/m² can be compared to the definition of the zones in Byelorussia after the Chernobyl disaster (law of 1991) :
      185 000 – 555 000 Bq/m²: migration allowed
      555 000 – 1 480 000 Bq/m²: right to rehousing

      Most of the results are higher than one of these limits.

      http://www.acro.eu.org/OCJ_en.html#result%201st%20camp


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  • European Committe on Radiation Risk and other studies on how ionizing radiation affects mental health
    http://realitycheck.no-ip.info/forum/index.php/topic,152.msg368.html#msg368


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  • arclight arclight

    Causal relationship between radiation and cancer in USA See on map
    a cool bit of investigation by a japanese blogger

    http://real-seo.net/radiation15.html

    in japanese but translate to english


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