Report from Japan: Fukushima doctors can’t express anxieties about radiation or say things that are against what medical leaders decide to make public (AUDIO)

Published: April 7th, 2012 at 2:00 pm ET
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Title: Fukushima Disaster – One Year Later
Source: The Radio Ecoshock Show
Date: March 13, 2012

Wataru Iwata of CRMS (Citizen’s Radioactivity Monitoring Station)

At 53:40 in

“We started health consultations with physicians from the other parts of Japan, as doctors from Fukushima Medical University cannot express their anxiety or they cannot say something that is against something that Fukushima Medical University or the Doctors’ Association of Fukushima decide that they will communicate with the residents.”

This recording by Alex Smith comes from the conference “The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster One Year Later” held in Vancouver, Canada on March 11th, 2012

Listen to the one hour report here

Published: April 7th, 2012 at 2:00 pm ET
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