Report: Many U.S. servicemembers’ kids in Japan developed medical issues after 3/11 — “My son went on a vomiting fit of about 3 months… 15-20 times a day” (VIDEO)

Published: February 10th, 2013 at 4:12 pm ET
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Title: 70,000 US Service Personnel Exposed To Radiation: Operation Tomodachi 3/11
Source: Nuked Radio with RadChick
Date Published: Feb 9, 2013

At 21:00 in

Michael Sebourn, Senior chief mechanic for the helicopter squadron based at Atsugi, Japan:

Many of them stayed [in Japan] including mine and had medical issues develop. […]

My son went on a vomiting fit of about 3 months long and it was the only thing wrong with him.

Every day he would go to school and he would start throwing up uncontrollably and they would send him home. […]

He would vomit 15-20 times a day and nobody could figure out what was wrong.

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Published: February 10th, 2013 at 4:12 pm ET
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