Another acute lymphocytic leukemia man ate fish and camped out, Fukushima Diary by Mochizuki, December 4, 2011:
Following up this article Another man died of acute leukemia on 11/17/11. Just after this post was published, the editors of the magazine stated he did not eat fish and camped out. For that denial, you can refer to this article. Angler Who Died of Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia Didn’t Live Inside 30 Km Radius of Fuku-I
However, in his memorial article on Rod & Reel, it’s clearly written:
“Trying to save up money for hotel and food. better spend on transporting. I want to stay here as long as possible. Of course I don’t have a bath. just jump in the river / pond. go wherever I want to go. Fish until I can fish. Camping. When I’m hungry, I fish and eat it.”
[...] There is no clue to tell he did or did not camp in the 30km evacuation zone but as we see in these pictures above, he was in Fukushima and fished. [...]
Recent Leukemia Data for Japan
Also, according to the JP gov’s data, leukemia increased by 6.6% in men since last year.
- Male: + 13.3%
- Female: – 1.8%
This data was taken in June, so now it might be worse by now.
In the nuclear accident at JCO, victims got leukemia immediately after the accident.
Leukemia may show its symptom quicker than we were taught.
After the original Nov. 27 report, Mochizuki noted:
Some blogs revised the article about the man who died of acute leukemia but I’m kind of suspicious, so didn’t revise the article.
I think bloggers need to be more confident in your own sense of judgement.
You are most likely to be right.
The first thought that came into your mind is most likely to be correct. Don’t be afraid of making mistakes.
Give it a little time so sometimes it’s proved to be true.
At enenews.com, we post the latest nuclear-related news and information and let the readers decide what is true and what is not.
Apologies to Fukushima Diary for quoting so extensively from the Dec. 4 article, but there’s a lot to discuss
Published: December 5th, 2011 at 3:52 pm ET
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