Thursday, December 26, 2013

WEST COAST ALARM! SCIENTISTS LINK SURGE IN THYROID DISEASE TO FUKUSHIMA DISASTER



Scientists Link Spike in Thyroid Disease to Fukushima Disaster
http://youtu.be/jCYEDOQU6HM


Source Article:
West Coast Alarm! Stunning Surge In Thyroid Cancers Worries Health Experts
http://beforeitsnews.com/health/2013/12/west-coast-alarm-stunning-surge-in-thyroid-cancers-worries-health-experts-2516766.html?utm_medium=verticalresponse&utm_content=beforeit39snews-verticalresponse&utm_campaign=&utm_source=http%3A%2F%2Fus-mg6.mail.yahoo.com%2Fneo%2Flaunch%3F.rand%3D6a24jot68eqk3&utm_term=http%3A%2F%2Fb4in.info%2FqR5N

"A stunning surge in thyroid cancers in children both in Japan and the West coast of America has alarmed experts who are warning that we should be prepared for this surge to increase. The video below from the TheRealNews is not for the weak of heart and should be taken as a sign of things to come in America as Fukushima continues to spew radioactivity into the air and ocean. While this ENENews story shares that there is division as to the cause of this surge, anyone paying attention knows that the sudden release of massive amounts of radiation into the air and oceans via Fukushima is the most likely cause.

Japan experts voice alarm over “surge in cancers among young in Fukushima” — Gov’t told to “implement measures now” and be prepared for surge to increase further


South China Morning Post
, Dec. 23, 2013 (emphasis added): Surge in cancers among young in Fukushima, but experts divided on cause [...] experts are divided about whether their illness is caused by nuclear radiation [from Fukushima Daiichi]. [...] At a meeting hosted by Japan’s Environmental Ministry and the prefectural government on Saturday, most experts were not convinced [...] Among those who voiced alarm was Toshihide Tsuda, a professor of epidemiology [...] In the Chernobyl disaster of 1986, it was not until four or five years after the accident that thyroid cancer cases surged.

Asahi Shimbun
, Dec. 22, 2013: Experts differ over nuclear accident’s effect on cancer rate in children [...] Experts were divided over whether radiation from the Fukushima nuclear accident affected the thyroid cancer rate among children in Fukushima Prefecture, in which 59 young people have been diagnosed with or suspected of contracting the disease [of 239,000 tested]. Most of the experts dismissed the possibility that effects from radiation from the accident at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant could appear so soon in children"