I didn’t know how serious it (radiation exposure of sexual organs) can be until I actually went to see the medical situation in Belarus.
I didn’t know how risky it can be to let children play sports or play with mud, sit down on, or crawl on stomach in school play ground. It’s full of contaminated sand and soil.
I actually saw girls turned to be boys through secondary sexual character to be hospitalized. [Systran Translation: "I being yourself, as for seeing, when characteristic of the girl, being second next sex character, changing to the boy, the child which was hospitalized.]
In the contaminated area of Belarus, only 20% of women can bear baby.
None of the adults can take responsibility for destroyed lives of children.
Published: August 30th, 2012 at 1:11 pm ET
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