Japan Professor: Outbreak of cancer is now underway in Fukushima children; Clear evidence of an epidemic — All of Japan is still being exposed to nuclear radiation — Gov’t Official: It will be ‘disastrous’ if we have to conclude there’s an actual increase in thyroid cancer from Fukushima

Published: August 10th, 2014 at 10:58 am ET


Excerpts from a report by Dr. Yuri Hiranuma, a physician specializing neuromusculoskeletal medicine, published by Fukushima Voice version 2e, Aug 3, 2014:

[At the July 16, 2014 Expert Meeting Regarding the Status of Health Management of Residents Following the Tokyo Electric Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plan Accident, held by the Ministry of the Environment]

  • Toshihide Tsuda, a physician and an epidemiologist at Okayama University, has just emphatically stated that in certain Fukushima municipalities there was a clear evidence of a thyroid cancer epidemic […] Calling this an “outbreak, occurring only 3.1 to 3.2 years after the accident” […] “outbreak” of thyroid cancers in Fukushima children cannot be explained by the “screening effect,” when the data is analyzed and compared with the national cancer statistics as well as within Fukushima Prefecture against municipalities with the lowest exposure dose. Critical of the commonly accepted notion that health effects do not occur below 100 mSv, Tsuda presented numerous published studies that proved otherwise. […] “This Expert Meeting has not brought up these studies so I must do it” […]  Tsuda also said that the Expert Meeting should consider the fact that all age groups including pregnant women were still being exposed to radiation in Fukushima Prefecture. […] Tsuda said, “We are all being exposed to radiation in Japan” […]
  • [Committee] Chairman Shigenobu Nagataki, emeritus professor at Nagasaki University, a former chairman of Radiation Effects Research Foundation, and a mentor to infamous Shunichi Yamashita [said] “Committee members, please do not hesitate to ask questions. Given what was just stated, it will be disastrous for this committee to have to conclude that there is an actual increase in thyroid cancer (due to the Fukushima accident).” […] if the Expert Meeting were seriously considerate of the disaster victims […] why would it be disastrous for this Expert Meeting to have a conclusion that cases of thyroid cancers might be increasing? […]

Excerpts from an article by Japanese independent media outlet OurPlanet-TV summarizing the July 16 meeting, translated by Dr. Yuri Hiranuma, Aug. 3, 2014:

  • Professor Shinzo Kimura [who conducted] field investigations in Chernobyl, reported that currently there are many cases of thyroid cancer […] more than 250 km away from Chernobyl
  • Matsumoto City Mayor Sugenoya, who has provided medical care to children with thyroid cancer in Belarus [said] even in areas contaminated with low-level radiation with an annual radiation level below 1 mSv, residents showed a depressed immune function, hematopoietic disorders, and perinatal abnormalities [and] medical personnel are not allowed to refer to the Chernobyl accident.
  • Okayama University Professor Tsuda pointed out that there is no end of the number of researchers who say, “No cancer occurrence is expected from radiation exposure dose under 100 mSv,” after the Fukushima accident. Tsuda candidly said researchers should refrain from making such statements. […] As of the end of March 2014 [Nakadori, the central region of Fukushima that is 40-80 km from the Daiichi plant] had the highest detection rate [of thyroid cancer,] as much as 11 times higher than Aizu [western region of Fukushima, over 80 km from the plant]. […] thyroid cancers from municipalities other than Aizu region showed rates which were 15 to 40 times higher [than data from the National Cancer Center]. He sounded an alarm […] “It’s only been 3.1 to 3.2 years but there are so many cases observed in Fukushima. We need to take immediate countermeasures.” […] “They are still exposed  to radiation. We can’t wait until the results come out. […] All of us as well as Fukushima residents are being exposed to radiation.”
  • During this session, the audience applauded several times when  witnesses spoke.

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Published: August 10th, 2014 at 10:58 am ET


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165 comments to Japan Professor: Outbreak of cancer is now underway in Fukushima children; Clear evidence of an epidemic — All of Japan is still being exposed to nuclear radiation — Gov’t Official: It will be ‘disastrous’ if we have to conclude there’s an actual increase in thyroid cancer from Fukushima

  • Cisco Cisco

    See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. It's the radiation, Stupid!

    • OldFool

      I can say from direct knowledge that even 2 REM of radiation exposure is enough to cause little children to get thyroid cancer. This is the absolute truth.

      • OldFool

        2 REM is 20 milliSieverts. The most common thyroid cancer created will be papillary thyroid cancer or the follicular variant of papillary thyroid cancer. I don't know if follicular, medullary or anaplastic (the worst) thyroid cancers can be created by higher levels of irradiation of the thyroid, but I would not be surprised.

        • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

          OldFool – can you explain how REM equates to Counts per minute?

          • OldFool

            Converting from REM to CPM is difficult without far more information about the type of radiation, the distance from the source, and the specific type of detector. First you need to convert REM to Rad.
            For x-rays, gamma rays, and beta particles – 1 Rad = 1 REM
            For neutrons, there is a quality factor to get REMs – 1 Rad = 5 to 20 REMs, depending on the neutron energy level.
            For alpha particles, the quality factor is 20 – 1 Rad = 20 REMs. (This is why it is a good thing that alpha particles typically travel only 1-2 inches in air. This is also why getting alpha emitters, like cute little Plu-kun, inside your lungs is not good.)
            Then you have to convert Rad to a specific Geiger counter's Counts Per Minute. There should be some manufacturer's calibration reference tables to do this. What a Geiger counter picks up is only a fraction of the radiation emitted, mostly gammas, depending on the distance from the radiation source and specific detector's total cross-sectional area. The detector needs to get right next to the source to detect most of the alpha particles, with the beta shield off to detect the betas too. Perhaps someone can find and post a conversion table to other units for CPMs at a specific distance with a specific Geiger counter, without the beta shield in place on the detector.

            • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

              OldFool- So where I live these are the readings:

              7301…………. 203

              Normal background is usually 3000-4000 gamma 20-30 beta

              What would this mean?

              • OldFool

                Are you living downwind from some reactor or nuclear waste dump site?

                • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

                  OldFool- no- I live 60 miles inland of Pacific Ocean , however we have had the marine layer penetrate all the way inland over the past week with marine layer is present on the hills in the AM. The sky around the hills after the marine layer dissipates is pink.

                • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

                  I live in Riverside, we get all the smog that blows in from the ocean to the east. It lays against the foothills.

                  These are San Diego's readings over the past week:
                  8589, …….72
                  9252, ……134
                  9467, ……146
                  9462, ……172
                  8674, …….92
                  8450, …….64

                  • Having watched Radnet data for the last three years I believe that "background" levels have increased substantially. Enenewser Vital1 has been keeping very careful statistics on Australia's increase in radiation.

                    No doubt, the world is becoming far more radioactive within a very short historical period.

                    Its not just nuclear as more burning of coal also increases rad levels substantially.

                    But I believe Fukushima is a tipping point for many beings because its such a massive, ongoing eruption.

                    Summary of research reported here by Enenews:

                    “During the passage of contaminated air masses from Fukushima, airborne 137Cs levels were globally enhanced by 2 to 3 orders of magnitude” (cited in Masson et al., 2013; Masson et al., 2011)

                    the “129I/127I ratio in Fukushima precipitation in March 2011 immediately after the Fukushima accident was more than 3 orders of magnitude higher than the background level of this region page” (Xu et al., 2013, p. 10851).

                    • People living in heavily contaminated areas in Japan are expected to face up to a 4 Sievert lifetime dose from external exposure alone (see Ioannidou et al., 2014, p. 858)

                      OF COURSE THERE IS A THYROID CANCER EPIDEMIC among children.

                      If people knew the truth they would panic because food and water are contaminated.

                      Panic is the great fear of our leaders, not extinction from eco-system collapse and genomic instability.

                      I don't believe that elites are deliberately killing off selected group.

                      Genocide is most often an externality of greed, arrogance, and denial.

                    • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

                      majia- my sister came to visit me in San Diego Diego from Marsh 18-26, 2011. We walked in the rain….went to the beach..etc…six months later she was diagnosed with tumors on her thyroid. She never had any prior thyroid problems. I still feel guilty about this as she lives in the Midwest and would not have been exposed to the Plume that hit the West Coast of California had she not visiting.

                    • Newsblackout you shouldn't hold yourself responsible for your sister's cancer because:

                      1. Midwest has plenty of local rad contamination and carcinogenic agents that could have caused tumors (and most likely did because tumors are unlikely to arise 6 months after exposure)

                      2. Midwest has had plenty of Fuku rainouts and its unlikely all rain in CA is contaminated with Fuku radionuclides (yet)

                    • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

                      Majia- the rain was hot in San Diego and orange county California March of 2011-

                      Evidence of neutron leakage at the Fukushima nuclear plant from measurements of radioactive 35S in California
                      Based on a moving box model, we show that the observed activity enhancement in Graphic is compatible with long-range transport of the radiation plume from Fukushima. Our model predicts that Graphic, the concentration in the marine boundary layer at Fukushima, was approximately 2 × 105 atoms per m3, which is approximately 365 times above expected natural concentrations.

                    • Yes the San Diego rain was hot in spring of 2011,as it was everywhere under jet stream.

                      [excerpted] I-131 was quantified and adjusted for decay to the time of sample collection for five whole-water wet-deposition samples from California, Colorado, and Washington. The activities of the quantified I-131 ranged from 29.6 to 1,090 pCi/L, and calculated deposition values ranged from 211 to 5,100 Bq/m2. Several weeks transpired between sample collection and analysis of the I-131 in the water samples, which were prioritized for analysis from west (high priority) to east (low priority). Therefore, I-131 activities likely decayed in most of the samples before they could be measured. (page 26)[end]

                      Note that measured I-131 levels were probably vastly undercounted since I-31 has an 8 day half-life.

                      G. Wetherbee, T. Debey, M. Nilles, C. Lehmann, and D. Gay. (2012) ‘Fission Products in National Atmospheric Deposition Program-West Deposition Samples Prior to and Following the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant Incident, March 8-April 5, 2011’, U. S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2011

                    • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                      All containment type reactors enclose their core under pressure. During emergency this means: Phase transition for fuel into microparticles and gaseous leve – into the wild! Stop all containment type reactors now! The Meltdown theory was invented to let them run amok. Sounds so good, fight? “Meltdown”- but it is a lie.

                      “NHK admitted pieces of fuel rods and reactor vessels blasted to at least Ibaraki to contain Uranium & Zirconium”: http://fukushima-diary.com/2014/08/nhk-admitted-pieces-fuel-rods-reactor-vessels-blasted-least-ibaraki-contain-uranium-zirconium/

                      “Two stations of the CTBTO network, Okinawa and Takasaki, are located in Japan, but 133Xe (XENON) measurements are made only at Takasaki. However, the Takasaki noble gas detections were, for an extended period of time, reaching the dynamic range of the system, meaning that measurements were so high that they became unreliable. Regarding the 137Cs (CESIUM) measurements at Takasaki, there was another problem:”

                      “During the first passage of the plume at this station, radioactivity entered the interior of the building. This resulted in a serious contamination, meaning that 137Cs shows up continuously in the measurements since the initial event, even when it is completely absent in the ambient air.”

                      “Both stations are part of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) – The Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) foresees a global ban of all nuclear explosions. To verify compliance with…

                  • 59.5 rockwell 59.5 rockwell

                    Thats alot of Gamma. What do you think is the isotope for the gamma?

              • Bungalow Phil Bungalow Phil

                I am wondering if you don't mind where the source of this information is from? If you would be more specfic about method and factors used it would be appreciated.

                • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                  Rockwell it all comes from the topic and digging into it ..yuri anyways . Hope that helps ..the studies and critiques and commentary ..the topic of enenews on this thread

                • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                  Hmm now I'm not sure who your talking to ..is it about the thyroid that I refer to or the dose onE that news brought to table ??hmmm I'm getting dizzy ??having some tea now

                • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                  Bungalow I'm embarrassed because I'm messing up here or the thread is becoming like the ot ones and it may be me ..I have been talking about the org that was set up CTBC that measures noble gasses and regular radioactivity to detect any hanky panky on another thread no less ..but also serves the countries that buy into it ??and I asked why they don't just use it now because it's the best detection in the world . Then maia was talking about rad levels going up .then I posted that showing that indeed it was so high that it could not be relied apon . And Then in an eureka moment ..I guess I got my answer with the CTBC having an Achilles heal..when it comes to fukushima or so much rads ..sorry I am just as confused as I make myself today ..I'm taking a break
                  My apologies if anyone else can make sense of what I attempting to say let me know ..geez I don't even drink

                  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                    Heal …heel

                  • Bungalow Phil Bungalow Phil

                    I actually did view that short animation. Thanks for that post. I think a lot of information was posted in a short period of time led to the thread being fractured for lack of better term. Many here work hard to reveal the attrocities, perps and obfuscated science and in the end we will be victorious despite any flaws we may perceive in our own person or among others.

            • Bungalow Phil Bungalow Phil

              To help eliminate dose vs radioactivity confusion this chart can be used to calculate both:


              I often can't remember myself. Use it or lose it…the old adage goes.

      • keep in mind these people have been and may still be ingesting radioisotopes in food and water, daily. It isn't just exposure through the air they breathe.

      • Gen. Buck Turgidson

        This is where the Japanese find that radiation is no longer invisible.


          Unfortunately Americans are unaware that their foods are bombarded with cobalt 60 irradiation, killing the nutrient value of such foods as breads, grains, teas, meat, poultry, vegetables and fruits………

          In fact only China exceeds in this destruction of food value.

          From what I have been told it is classified as a food additive & requires no labeling, unlike Australia it is mandatory to label atomic irradiated foods; such as tomatoes, capsicums, teas, dried spices, tropical fruits. For some reason I never see this when shopping, is Australia in breach of it's own legislation?

      • tinfoiled tinfoiled

        Doctors are "unsure" because they haven't found a scapegoat to blame it on.

        The thyroid cancers that resulted from 9/11 were casually blamed on asbestos and other "office debris" in the dust. Obviously to cover for the real culprit.

        Think about all those nuclear tests back in the 50's and the resulting lung cancers. The scapegoat was tobacco. A product that was hawked by the media for years before when some brands were even doctor recommended. Then people who didn't smoke got lung cancer, so the "second-hand smoke" theory was born.

        What will be blamed this time? Only time will tell.

        • Bungalow Phil Bungalow Phil

          Man you are connected tinfoiled. I have long had the same suspicion but now I see great minds think alike. Kudos

          • hbjon hbjon

            Don't let those great minds get fixated upon possible causes that industry pays doctors to point at.

            Let me direct your attention to a machine that can destroy bacteria and other infectious microbes. Who is in possession of the machines that irradiate our poultry and food products in factories across the country? If it can destroy staph and strep, it will also destroy cell within your body.

            Now recently, America has imported miniaturized X-ray machines for use by Homeland Security and other organizations. Something to consider since X-rays are known to cause cancer in laboratory rats (among other things).

            • We Not They Finally

              I think someone had posted that they irradiated food with cobalt-60, which is deadly.

              • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                Wnf they have been doing tha for over 20 years ..esp the herb industry

                • hbjon hbjon

                  A little tinkering and you can make a gamma or x ray oven out of your microwave oven. For industrial machines they run an electric current through substances that emit those photon torpedoes. Anyone else go to the startrek convention last week, it was a blast. Like Dr. Sagan said, we need to educate the students about how technology works so we keep informed about new inventions and potentially dangerous technologies. Industry cannot be allowed to police itself.

                  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                    Hbjon please share how to tinker the microwave oven

                    • hbjon hbjon

                      Don't ask me, I'm just a dump truck driver. Ask the company that is flooding the market with the miniaturized version of X ray machines. If they've imported a thousand machines, expect 10 million more cancers to develop over the next decade, just from X ray exposure. Work on ways to reduce stress 🙂

        • Of course they know who's fault it is.. the mothers and the kids.

          They aren't smiling enough.

          They worry too much.

          They are genetically faulty, and get cancers.

          All the victims fault.

    • name999 name999

      Cisco, I also wonder about the jet stream that has catapulted the releases in the air and ocean
      towards the East. Maybe Japan is doing better than the West Coast …temporarily at best.

  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

    I have been making cotton cord necklaces with a simple crochet string that you just tie on ..this is to raise awareness of thyroid cancer in the children in japan ..I'm getting a spool of fake leather cord and getting white rawhide as well ..I give these out with my cards that vital1 provided …this is a good awareness project for anyone ..and it does not look too bad either .

  • earthsmith earthsmith

    No, f#ck you it is DISASTROUS!! IM sick and tired of this spineless crywolf who me human sabotage. My only concern from here on out is the earth. To hell with the humanoid species. Because it's here and it will start swallowing fools left and right.

    I mentioned many moons ago how the micro-organisms and bacteria will be superior opportunists mutating through this ionization and we will be eaten outside in and inside out.

    Breather beware.
    Toucher beware
    Humans to be found nowhere

    Cancer will be a non factor…not to minimalise those who are suffering……but the removal of the human species would be of a much more DISASTROUS ACCORD.

  • TheBigPicture TheBigPicture


    The radiation can't be stopped.

    Nobody in the world can stop it.

  • clamshellernh clamshellernh


    Questioning the Very Status of the Ministry of the Environment
    Expert Meeting Regarding
    the Status of Disaster Victims' Health Management

    It might have been a slip of a tongue, but Chairman Shigenobu Nagataki, an emeritus professor at Nagasaki University, a former chairman of Radiation Effects Research Foundation, and a mentor to infamous Shunichi Yamashita, appeared to be speaking earnestly when he said, "Committee members, please do not hesitate to ask questions. Given what was just stated, it will be disastrous for this committee to have to conclude that there is an actual increase in thyroid cancer [due to the Fukushima accident]." Toshihide Tsuda, a physician and an epidemiologist at Okayama University, has just emphatically stated that in certain Fukushima municipalities there was a clear evidence of a thyroid cancer epidemic in those who were 18 or younger at the time of the March 2011 accident. Calling this an “outbreak, occurring only 3.1 to 3.2 years after the accident,” Tsuda stressed that in the near future, thyroid cancer would begin to appear in those with relatively longer latency periods, which means a quick action is needed to secure adequate medical resources in order to be able to provide diagnosis and treatment in a timely manner.

    This conversation happened during the eighth session of the Expert Meeting Regarding the Status of Health Management of…

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    Epidemic of thyroid cancer in Japan? Is this a surprise to anyone? Perhaps to those wearing white lab coats, possessing a sophisticated, nuanced understanding of radiation. (paid off liars).

  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

    Using Animal Thyroids as Ultra-Sensitive Biomonitors for Environmental Radioiodine – Environmental Science & Technology (ACS Publications)
    In the course of the Fukushima nuclear accident large amounts of radionuclides relevant to the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban-Treaty (CTBT) were released and detected globally. We could show that the intake of environmental 131I into the thyroids of animals can be used for verification of the CTBT. Due to continuous accumulation of 131I, its apparent half-life in the thyroid biomonitor exceeds the physical one, thus making 131I detectable three weeks longer than using conventional CTBT-grade high volume air samplers. The maximum 131I activity concentrations (in Bq/kg) found in Austrian animal thyroids after the Fukushima nuclear accident could be correlated with the maximum activity concentrations found in air (Bq/m3) in Austria via a factor of 1.1 × 106. In fall 2011, a second (much smaller) release of 131I occurred from a laboratory in Hungary, where this factor was 1.9 × 106. Hence thyroid biomonitors offer even some quantitative information, which allows the estimation of the 131I activity concentrations in air. It could be shown that thyroid biomonitors can work under dry conditions, which potentially makes them the method of choice for CTBTO on-site inspections even in arid environments.

    Sent from my F-iPad

  • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

    For anyone who want to further understand radiation dosages and exposures:

  • Speedy

    My god how bad is this really….if they are admitting to 15 – 40 times more cases of thyroid cancers..add one or two zeros? Do the people in Japan get to read this info? How could there not be riots? What is the treatment for this? Removing the thyroid? If so it should be easy to count the scars..they wont be able to hide that…the fuku smile…

    • It'll get more challenging to produce a Fuku smile with a Chernobyl necklace (thyroid removal scar around the neck).

      Apologies for yet another debris report, but the article contains other information confirming what we've all been saying. It says there is a lot of debris near Langara Island (northern tip of the Queen Charlotte Islands, and just north west of Vancouver Island (where I live).

      VIDEO: Fishermen Report ‘Waist-High’ Fukushima Debris in Pacific

      AUGUST 08, 2014 AFP
      – See more at: http://americanfreepress.net/?p=18506#sthash.BUEvR19X.dpuf

      "Canadian fishermen off the coast of Langara Island in British Columbia say they are seeing “waist-high” debris from Fukushima, Japan, that goes on for up to 15 miles floating in the Pacific Ocean. They are concerned that some of this detritus may be radioactive or contaminated by toxic waste as a result of the now-infamous meltdown of the Fukushima-Daiichi power plant in 2011."

    • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

      speedy- there weren't riots in San Diego when it was on the news children were getting thyroid problems because of Fukushima.

      • Speedy


        I'm speachless……….

        • bo bo

          They reported that on the local news, just once later on a friday night. No follow up, news clip never repeated anywhere, no discussion.

          • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

            bo- yes….and Indicative of the masses who do not want to know the truth.

            • HoTaters HoTaters

              Yeah, like the woman who casually observes her five year old son, assumes he's perfectly normal, and decides to be oblivious to a painful reality. "Well, maybe if he's dying I'll consider it might be thyroid cancer." Glad that isn't my mother.

          • clamshellernh clamshellernh

            While it may have not been followed up on what has and is , is that the professional community is out to destroyand discredit dr mangano studies and reputation ..

            • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

              clam- Dr. Mangano released a follow paper up to his original report that proved his first paper correct.

              The number of children on the West Coast y are experiencing higher thyroid disease.

              The PTB may have tried before to discredit him, but now they are steering clear as no one wants attention brought to the follow up report that has hard data.

              • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                News please read this because the way the study was conducted is in question by the very man who is one of the contributors to this thread

                Let me know what you think , then google mangano and the woman

                We have to be spot on all and everything …I'm off to watch Dana now will be back

                Fukushima Voice version 2e: A Letter to the Editor Regarding the Mangano/Sherman/Busby Study on Post-Fukushima Congenital Hypothyroidism in California

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                • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                  Newsblackout and others What's the turn around I ask from yuri now ..regarding mangano study

                  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                    Did he improve on how the study was conducted ..

                  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                    In conclusion, the study by Mangano, Sherman and Busby has critical flaws: 1) incorrectly taking raw positive screenings (TSH >=29 μIU/ml) to be confirmed CH cases, thus disregarding the correct number of actually confirmed CH cases they received from the CDPH; 2) defining a meaningless diagnostic category of “borderline” cases that has no basis in the screening program or in medical practice; and 3) claiming that the faux rate they conjured (positive screening results plus "borderline" screening results) is a valid construct; and 4) claiming that the CH increase in 2011 was statistically significant, whereas the plotting of the number of actual clinically confirmed cases from 2009 to 2012 clearly shows no significant increase.


                    Yuri Hiranuma, D.O.
                    Member, Radiation and Health Committee, Physicians for Social Responsibility

                    This was what I'm referring to …

                    • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

                      Clam- I read her letter below the article. I'm not sure what your point is though. It seemed to me the update quantified some of the findings. I posted some info on Thyroid cancer increase in California and Canada since 2012.

                      Dr. Conrad Miller, MD is also one of the Physicians for Social Responsibility and believes Fukushima is a huge health issue.

                • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

                  Clam- They want to attack Mangano because he had the adaucity to tell the truth about Fukushima- but there are other studies that are accepted without question, but the difference is they do not reference Fukushima.

                  Journal of Surgical Research
                  Volume 186, Issue 2, February 2014, Pages 505
                  AAS and SUS Ninth Annual Academic Surgical Congress
                  Increased Aggressive Thyroid Cancer Rates in California
                  DOI: 10.1016/j.jss.2013.11.221
                  Projecting Cancer Incidence and Deaths to 2030: The Unexpected Burden of Thyroid, Liver, and Pancreas Cancers in the United States
                  Published OnlineFirst May 19, 2014; doi: 10.1158/0008-5472.CAN-14-0155

                  Cancer rates

                  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                    Other important issues to be raised about this Expert Meeting have to do with the potential conflict of interest. For instance, Niwa, also a member of International Committee on Radiation Protection (ICRP) , is known to have received financial support from the Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan for his travel expenses to the ICRP meetings5. Although the WHO Expert Group cleared his conflict of interests in this matter, citing his expertise in molecular biology and radiation biology, he certainly appears to have a conflict of interest for the MOE Expert Meeting.

                    Niwa is not the only one with the potential conflict of interest. Chairman Nagataki is currently a chairman of the board of Radiation Effects Foundation6, which arranged financial assistance from the Federation of Electric Power Companies of Japan to Niwa. Some of the members, Nobuhiko Ban and Toshimitsu Honma, were involved with the making of UNSCEAR Fukushima report. Yasuhito Sasaki is a former committee chairmann of UNSCEAR.

                    With the deviation from its original mission and the apparently predetermined conclusion to underestimate health risks, along with the potential conflicts of interest in multiple members, is it not time to question the very status of the Expert Meeting Regarding the Status of Health Management of Residents Following the Tokyo Electric Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident?

                    1 http://online.liebertpub.com/doi/abs/10.1089/thy.2007.0379
                    2 http://www

                  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                    I'm re reading everything again because I'm confused …

                    • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                      News I'm sorry for the mess above ..I will sort it out tomorrow so it makes better sense , if it even has relevance , the posting got all messy too , my fault .

                      Long day , house guests that won't leave and a full moon ..I'm drained….

                    • sayonara kitty sayonara kitty

                      i am having the same problem

            • We Not They Finally

              I believe that Mangano (along with Janette Sherman adn Chris Busby) has gotten attacked A LOT for his work. But the reality is that 36% of the kids in the area were already confirmed to have thyroid nodules and/or cysts by May, 2012, so it's a big nasty upsetting "duh" that OF COURSE they have a thyroid epidemic on their hands. Anyone working on it should go full speed ahead. The more verifications, the better.

              • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

                WNTF- Exactly, and it is annoying that a doctor would attack someone trying to protect children. It makes me wonder why….I have many links saying the exact same thing as Mangano, except they never mention radiation, why isn't Dr. Yuri Hiranuma attacking them?

                • clamshellernh clamshellernh

                  Now you are getting what I was conveying .. I looked at the letter again and again that was signed by yuri was it referring to an editorial was it written by yuri or someone else . It seemed to me that he now agrees with manago ..that's a reason I was getting confused ..in the end does it matter I ask ..yes the layers if the onion are coming off ..they cannot continue to mess with the truth and studies that overlap. . We have to work to get to the truth so we can enpower ourselves when we take it to the f$ckin street and demand that they do something about this now

          • sayonara kitty sayonara kitty

            bo, i distinctly remember that report, and was in a foul mood that day and the report sent me over the edge. i commented by calling the mother at the park something akin to being "the poster child for forced sterilization". i always felt bad about that comment, and always wanted to make another comment that if someone is busy with a young child or two, or three, they probably wouldn't have the time to dig into this issue the way i had. most people, imo, being decent citizens that just want to live their lives and be able to trust that their governments would warn them of any dangers…can't remember now if i did or not.

      • name999 name999

        nbo, great to see some reporting on this.

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        Good, Dr. Joseph Mangano's reporting on increased risk of thyroid cancer to infants and children on the West Coast of the U.S. got airplay in San Diego. Funny, though, they had the usual disclaimer about radiation levels at 6.3 or 6.5 times normal still being "low level."

        Talking out of both sides of their mouth, but at least Dr. Mangano's findings got air play.

    • clamshellernh clamshellernh

      Voices of concern greet Japan's nuclear power revival

      This is new today

  • swami

    Gee, it couldn't be so bad.

    I have a friend just transferred to station less than 100 miles from Fuckushima.

    Certainly the US government wouldn't waste his life after the apparent illnesses reported by US rescuers first on the scene.

    Or would the fat cats be so monstrous?

    • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

      I would say Yes, the fat cats can be "so monstrous"

      • Shaker1

        I wish your friend the best, swami, but your friend made that choice when they signed on to be an 'it'. It's all pretty plain, even through any personal motive that one has for signing on.

        • name999 name999

          shaker!, that is harsh and not entirely true. We are talking about 17-18 year olds. And the truth is not told in these contracts.

          • clamshellernh clamshellernh

            Name I agree with you an 17 or 18 year old is still a baby in my eyes as a mother and grandmother . The service knows that they are maluable sp..? they are young boys and the frontal lobes are not yet fully developed .
            My apologies to any of you that have served but I'm parting ways on this one

          • Yup. In march the smiling recruiters into the high schools everywhere in America to brainwash millions of young people with the blessings of the school administrators who allow them to schedule auditorium time! It makes me sick.

            My former 17 yr old neighbor kid who did yard work for me fell for it…the be a patriotic hero…the education perks….the your family will be so proud. (Even his mother thought well, maybe he does need the discipline and anyway he'll get to travel.)

            Travel? Yes. He's on the USS Reagan….his tour is off Japan's shores. I hope one day I see him again.

  • The latest Conca shill push is for "more radiation" and now its "listen to us because we call ourselves scientists". A few comments from a reader at Forbes are below. I think he nails the issues nicely. Go visit the article at Forbes too and leave a comment.

    Also to keep this "science" thing in context, bear in mind the number of scientists who continue to lie about "global warming". Nukepro settled that issue once and for all. There has been no warming for the last 17 years. Here is the proof using real data.


    Visit the Conca Shill here


    Finally the reader comments, spot on, but I wonder if he is being sarc with "great faith in Obama"…..

    article here

  • mairs mairs

    No mention of any of the other problems that radiation causes? Like dropping dead of a heart attack? They pretend that it only causes cancer. The man who wrote an account of his town taking in Pripyat evacuees talked about them dropping dead out working in the fields. Just not coming back. Then the Soviet Union scattered them far and wide so they couldn't be tracked, even though the townspeople wanted to stay near their neighbors. They didn't want anyone tracking their health.

  • Kashiko Kashiko

    Tried to get my 4 and 6 year old thyroid's checked when we came back to the UK from near Fuku. Was told it wasn't necessary and they wouldn't do it (National health). Also tried to get it done privately…same problem. So now just fingers crossed they are ok.

  • Homolumina Homolumina

    Dear all here at ENENEWS,

    just want to say 'thank you' to each and everyone of the regulars here. I am just a lay person and cannot make good factual contributions, so I fell silent here. But I want you to know that I am on this site at least 3 times a day, that I am talking about the issue to whoever has ears and a brain, that I give out information and recommend this web site right and left. I am sure there are many more like me – watching and supporting from the backgrounds… I want you to know that.

    Without the community here I would probably be very lost. It is essential for me to know you are all out there, and that we are all rooted in the same desire – to educate and inform about – and stop the use of nuclear power. I am sending my love and gratitude out to all of you, you are my heroes . The pain and heart break I feel in the face of what is going on cannot be expressed in words; sharing it with all of you who care makes it easier to bear.

    May all beings be free of suffering, may all beings be happy.

    • clamshellernh clamshellernh

      It's great to see you
      I beg to differ with you though as you are missed and you are a valuable member of our community
      Be blessed

    • Sometimes lay people have the best grasp of the forest, while the "experts" are too often lost in the trees.

      Both a.) big picture sense-making and b) specific data collection and analysis required for capacity to evolve towards something other than mass destruction.

      Big picture sense making requires a kaleidoscope of viewpoints, debates, and group syntheses!

      • MT

        Maija very true , besides arent those experts the ones who put us into this mess in the forst place ? And who is actually an expert in everything ?? NOONE ,, we all have our unique qualities , one can be good with numbers other may have a sense of logic etc etc . There are no experts and no non-experts here , we are all a part of the same community and as a WHOLE we are very strong . Meaning each and every contribution is valuable and everyone counts . thanks for being here .

      • yep, those too close to the subject matter often lose perspective.

      • sayonara kitty sayonara kitty

        majia, i a have to agree…i shutter to think of what possible progress we might have in dealing with fukushima, if only people of the world were made aware of it in real time. so often, a solution can be found in unlikely places.

    • nedlifromvermont

      @Homolumina: we are the online support group for the sufferers of the Truth about Nuclear Power and Fukushima …

      What you clearly state is beyond questionable … it comes from the heart;

      I was away for a week, but kept checking the worsening headlines …

      We must take care of ourselves and each other … even the pro-nukers, I believe, want us to hold this space, and help them save them from themselves …

      We are providing a vital service to a doomed planet …

      Shut nuke down and save what we can! How hard is that to comprehend?

      peace to you and thank you for sharing!


    • Arizonan Arizonan

      Homo, Ditto. I read this site 1-3x/day, and have been since March 2011. I feel privileged to read all of your contributions. This place feels like my antinuke community as well.

    • name999 name999

      Homolumina…we need to make a plan to stay in touch if the site gets tampered with.

    • Homolumina Homolumina

      Thank you all. My love to everyone here

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      Homolumina, you are loved and valued here. Thank you for your heartfelt contributions.

  • My case of skull cancer that left me unable to walk, talk, and function properly (body thermal regulation) of course will never be documented as FUKU related. I know it was.

    The cruelty in this world is evident when no one wishes to even listen to me about what happened, because they cannot conceive such a monstrous life interrupting event in THEIR life. The Human comfort zone cannot handle such a thought of having ones Fibula bone taken from a perfectly healthy leg, and have it, and cardiovascular materials used to rebuild your skull, all because you chose to keep healthy and took a long walk on a lovely May 2011 day in the wind.

    The BULLSHIT that I must tolerate from mindless IDIOTS that tell me shit like, "They don't do that kind of stuff to peeps dude, don't be stupid." This was stated by one of LVAC's finest fitness trainers here in Summerlin. This sort of thing for me is totally unbearable. Thanks go to the UCLA head and neck cancer staff for your loving care. But no thanks to the unkindness I battle off EVERY frigging DAY in this manmade HELL!

    Find Dharma, hold on to it, treasure the feeling. Be sure where you astral travel to after death, that you seek the pure Azure light, & the truthful honest love within it.



    • melting mermaid melting mermaid

      Ontological, the other day I watched the movie, "Her" and the whole time I was thinking about you. You should watch it. It is set in LA and the sky… Wow.

    • lovE lovE

      The whole question in life is "Who eats whom?" Nature is a rampant serial killer – not unlike DEXTER! Except Nature is random in who gets targeted. Of course it does not help when man artificially releases harmful radiations into the environment.

      Your fate has taken a lethal turn it seems. Best to spend time looking within and meditating – preparing your soul for what comes next by "dying before you die."

      • name999 name999

        love, there is nothing random about the nuclear program…they know what they are doing. But they parse it out, need to know, and people who see the bigger picture and are willing to share that are weeded out ( or whatever you would call what happened to Karen Silkwood.).

    • MT

      ontological I have been trying to type this message for the third time ,, i just cant find the correct words ,, partly becasue of my poor english of course but besides that , whatever i would say would sound weak ,, i just want to say that i wish you strength and i am sending you my positive thoughts . Keep your spirits high , our mind has enormous power over our body . wishing you get well and feel healthy .

    • sayonara kitty sayonara kitty

      ontological, i have been documenting the cesium skys in san diego, and am attempting to upload them to a imager account, i will post the link when i complete it… your photos are amazing and i really can see the similarities here.

  • clamshellernh clamshellernh

    TEPCO’s invisible Death Light shines Day and Night |

    This contains a lot of info and it's newish …

    Just waiting on Dana's new video up at 4 est

    Supposed to be very very important

  • enoughalready45 enoughalready45

    Live now starting at 1:15 PM pacific time report on Pacific ocean conditions in British Columbia.
    Go to YouTube channel "BeautifulGirlByDana" live stream will restart soon.

  • danger kitty danger kitty

    majia wrote " Yes the San Diego rain was hot
    in spring of 2011,as it was everywhere under
    jet stream"
    Yes, the rain was hot, burned my skin and left a two day rash each time. But I was unaware of events at fufu and I was burning chaparral in the rain. Busy. Results were the taste of metal in my mouth for a year and other symptoms posted elsewhere. Starting to look like lymphoma. But this ain't my first rodeo with human-made poison (dental mercury) and I'm fighting angry. I know what to do and I WILL LIVE to see the perps in prison. I will take great pleasure in that.

  • It most certainly will be disastrous for all government officials in Japan if even the bought and paid for "experts" feel forced to conclude Fukushima kids kancer increase is actually caused by a local triple melt through nuclear disaster……er sorry accident.
    God forbid any of the general populous come to the conclusion those politicians they support with votes and money generated with their own sweat and blood. Could not happen in USA. No way. Not in the land of the free. Because science is not bought and paid for. Because the marines fight all over the world for freedom and………oh forget it.

    • God forbid any of the general population come to the conclusion the politicians they support with votes and money generated with their sweat and blood are not acting with the general population s best interests in mind. I for one will not be sucked down that hole. Everything from bank bailouts to rising taxes to leaking burnt out melted through nuclear reactors including genetically modified foods has been created with love for our benefit. Why if they raised the minimum wage that would upset this economy working for us. Everything is being orchestrated for yours and my benefit. Be assured that any reference to plain envelopes full of cash given to scientists or government officials or high paying jobs offered is an urban myth. You just have to have faith in the experts. Especially those fuzzy warm lawyers. And don't forget Lady Judge.

  • newsblackoutUSA newsblackoutUSA

    Study points to dramatic increases in thyroid cancer in Canada and USA since 2012- I wonder why…

    Managing newly diagnosed thyroid cancer
    Sawka, Anna M, MD PhDView Profile; Brierley, James D, MDView Profile; Ezzat, Shereen, MDView Profile; Goldstein, David P, MD
    Canadian Medical Association. Journal 186.4 (Mar 4, 2014): 269-75.
    About 5600 Canadians and more than 56 000 Americans are estimated to have received a diagnosis of thyroid cancer in 2012, and both countries have seen recent dramatic increases in the incidence of the disease.

  • Angela_R

    I am appalled by the suffering that has been/is being endured by all; yes all. I notice Dr. Goodheart linked on another thread to Robert Lanza's work on stem cells. Dr. Robert Lanza was selected for the 2014 TIME 100 list of the hundred most influential people in the world, along with Pope Francis, Robert Redford, and other artists, pioneers, leaders, titans and icons.

    I first came across Lanza's work two years ago and it was this aspect, not his stem cell research that I found very interesting, his approach had been from the material aspect, I had been viewing it from the metaphysical :

    "We believe in death because we’ve been taught we die. Also, of course, because we associate ourselves with our body and we know bodies die. End of story. But biocentrism – a new theory of everything – tells us death may not be the terminal event we think. Amazingly, if you add life and consciousness to the equation, you can explain some of the biggest puzzles of science. For instance, it becomes clear why space and time – and even the properties of matter itself – depend on the observer. It also becomes clear why the laws, forces, and constants of the universe appear to be exquisitely fine-tuned for the existence of life., …" http://www.robertlanzabiocentrism.com/does-death-exist/

    • dunkilo

      I agree with and Lanzas views,too much the world DOES NOT know.
      Everything is linked,tied ,we are all related.Tied to this dimension ….I heard somewhere ,correct me if im wrong please"matter cannot be destroyed ,it can only change forms"or something on those lines.If this planet were a few miles either way from the sun ….just so happens its in just the right spot.
      This should make everyone think,a disappearing trait among humans.
      Chew on that for a while folks.Turn of your phone ,tv,computer…find a peaceful place(mine is outside)and just THINK .I know this world is not the end for me!Come what may Im ready…Peace and Love to all no matter what your beliefs are.
      ONE….my ONE is the Creator ,as im one with the Creator…

      • dunkilo

        my bad "energy never dies ,it cannot be created or destroyed"
        Dr.Robert Lanza I guess matter is the same?

        • Angela_R

          Dunkilo, they used to say that about matter as well. Unsure of the current thought.
          You might also like this website, I've just given it to AFTERSHOCK – http://www.futurescience.org

          Extract below:

          The material universe is composed of much more than random objects. In fact, the foundation of life cannot be limited to matter alone but energy also becomes a force behind a vast interconnected universe. Here consciousness is considered non-physical in the sense of classical physics since it is working as the observer at the quantum level. In fact, consciousness is entangled in living systems, but is not limited to a singular "mind-body" field. This further implies that consciousness does not exclusively reside within the brain, but is entangled with it. Thus, we assert that life is a function of the flow which at the highest level is called Love, that is represented as a higher resonance that activates greater degrees of admittance for the bio-lattice. Positive, sustaining powers of "active love" is what is behind the harmonious interactions and energy balances which are the basis of the true sustaining physics of the universe. MORE ON THIS SUBJECT

          To find out more about these topics including remote viewing and Buddhist thinking we suggest our book: "The End of Suffering"

          btw. I think Dr. Hurtak and Robert Lanza have discussed their ideas together.

    • name999 name999

      this almost sounds like smile and you will be ok. The world is not all under our personal control. Some things are but not all of the things you attribute. Might find yourself blaming the victim.

  • For good background, here is EPA evidence from air samples that 100 tons of radioactive materials was aerosolized and pelted the Pacific and the Pacific coast.


  • We Not They Finally

    Yeah, guys [re above article.] Facing reality is "disastrous." NOT facing reality is "mega-disastrous." So how many people have to die before YOU can figure out how to face reality?

    • name999 name999

      we obviously don't live forever. Get a clue on that. Death is a great teacher and you won't get away so easily thinking we don't die. Look around you. But we are changing the face of death to something artificial and that is the problem. Killing the world around us. That does not have to happen.

      • Angela_R

        you are free to accept what you wish. As I am, and personally I really would not want to live on with the kind of personalities that I have sometimes seen in this life.


    Dana is featuring a presentation on Canadian coastline ecological extermination. I personally believe that this great sulphur lake tribulation is due to atomic ionised nuclear radiation.


    He is streaming live at this very time a Q&A on the subject.


    All I can see in Japan is democide


  • Heart of the Rose Heart of the Rose

    4 species left out of 5600..what percentage of 'kill' is that..99.999999?

  • dan dan

    Here is my 4kg cancer….just two minutes old, so it's actually still alive. It recently ate my left kidney and had a choke hold on my spleen when they grabbed it out.
    My Doc agreed it could have been a nook flee that caused it.
    I wanted to take it home and feed it Gene Mod food so it would grow some legs and a head because my dog died recently….but when I asked the Doc just stared at me a moment and prescribed a double dose of radiation.


      Dan, best wishes & energy vibes to you. Universal energy, not man made pervert energy. Keep up with pure foods and testifying your story.

      Thank you for sharing.

      Have you ever tried bitter melon, from Asia? Slice 2 10mm slices, take out seeds, blend in a juice shake. If you are diabetic be careful as bitter melon can drastically reduce sugar in blood. Combining with diabetic medications can cause a severe low. It has been used in Asia for centuries as a sugar reducer and anti-cancer natural food.

  • rogerthat

    S. Korea to return imported scrap metal with radioactive traces back …
    Yonhap News-5 hours ago

    EDF Energy says shuts down nuclear reactors in Britain
    Yahoo News UK-4 hours ago

    Group urges Aquino to resist lobby for coal, nukes
    Inquirer.net-21 hours ago

  • sayonara kitty sayonara kitty

    is it me or is anybody else noticing the recent "push" to equate TEPCO as being the creator of all problems fukushmia, "Tokyo Electric Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plan Accident".. i've also noticed this in the court case with the sailors with wording like, TEPCO, recognized as designers of FNPP, yes, tepco imo is liable, but GE designed the mark 1. GE knew losing electricty would cause this problem and with the push their making for a disconnect in all lawsuits for the design issues, it just gives me that swarmy creepy feeling inside. thanks to dr goodheart for this link http://agreenroad.blogspot.com/2014/06/fukushima-fires-up-nuclear-industrys.html#!/2014/06/fukushima-fires-up-nuclear-industrys.html
    also, i know the number would be astronomical, but is there a model for putting a price on the cost to humanity worldwide for this event including turning the pacific into a radioactive toilet, loss of livelihoods, cancers, disposing of bodies considered toxic waste, etc? i think we need to start billing these private corps for the cost.

  • HoTaters HoTaters

    From the report:

    "Niwa felt that doses were overestimated due to various issues with assumptions utilized in dose estimation. He repeatedly asked the Expert Group to employ more realistic methods to estimate doses, but the Expert Group chose to stick to higher estimate doses, taking a conservative and cautious approach based on a radiation protection concept. Niwa says he disagreed with the Expert Group's decision and argued that the conservative approach certainly would be reasonable and indeed very important in a prospective estimation, but that it would not be appropriate to retrospectively estimate unnecessarily high doses in those who were already exposed. Niwa disclosed during the discussion that he suggested reducing the estimated doses by one tenth, but that the Expert Group never incorporated his suggestions. (After the meeting was over, Tsuda and Niwa carried out further, informal discussion on whether the thyroid cancer cases in Fukushima were due to the screening effect or not.

    • HoTaters HoTaters

      cont ….

      "Tsuda asked Niwa if he has ever read a single published study regarding a screening effect. Niwa replied, “No, not myself.” Tsuda, speaking with a freelance journalist, Oshidori Mako, expressed his disappointment and frustration with the Expert Meeting, as the so-called experts were not even familiar with studies published on health effects of radiation below 100 mSv. Tsuda felt that it was impossible to carry out sufficient arguments as the grasp of the basic knowledge differed so much)."

      And a couple more telling paragraphs:

      "Critical of the commonly accepted notion that health effects do not occur below 100 mSv, Tsuda presented numerous published studies that proved otherwise. In fact, he by far exceeded 10 minutes allotted for each of the five expert witnesses that day, and Nagataki had to nudge him to wrap up more than twice. Tsuda defiantly replied, “This Expert Meeting has not brought up these studies [as it should have], so I must do it [for you],” and went on until he was done.

      Tsuda explained that in outbreak epidemiology, which was developed as an investigative tool in studying disease outbreaks where the cause isn't always apparent, the effect (disease) is what is studied and dealt with. He called the Expert Meeting's fixation on dose assessment “backwards” and “a mere laboratory method.” Tsuda said to Nagataki, 'We must remember that this is an issue of humans.' "

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        Lastly (part of paragraphs above):

        Tsuda also said that the Expert Meeting should consider the fact that all age groups including pregnant women were still being exposed to radiation in Fukushima Prefecture. This drew an applause from the audience of general public, which made Nagataki displeased. He said, “Um, this applause…haven't the audience been asked not to applause ahead of time?” This statement also appeared to startle Nagataki and other members, such as Otsura Niwa, a retired Kyoto University Professor who holds a position of Special Professor at Fukushima Medical University. Both Nagataki and Niwa, in disbelief, had to confirm with Tsuda what he meant. Tsuda said, “We are all being exposed to radiation in Japan, except the air dose rate is higher in Fukushima.”

        (Admin, this is four paragraphs, total. Long article, so I think it's within your guidelines, thank you.)

      • HoTaters HoTaters

        Go Dr. Tsuda! Saikado Hantai!

  • We Not They Finally

    The Japanese Government continues to play hide and seek with the people of Japan and the rest of the world.Its radiation you greed ridden excuse for human beings…This is a perfect example of the loss of any redemption those leaders of this world community and so called leaders could have had.Now they are selling their souls to the devil.

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