Magazine Scandal: Serious abnormalities found in evacuees; Sapporo doctor shocked by quick onset of suspected thyroid cancers — Such rapid growth was impossible in children before 3/11, says report

Saturday, February 25, 2012
By Paul Martin

By ENENews
February 24th, 2012

Title: Japanese Magazine “Sensationalizes”: “Thyroid Cancer Suspected on Two Children Aged 4 and 7″
Source: EX-SKF
Date: Feb 23, 2012

“Serious abnormalities found in 11 evacuees from Fukushima Prefecture”

7-year old girl had 8 millimeter nodule on her thyroid [Blood tests determined 'benign']

Her 2-year-old sister also had 2 millimeter nodule

Doctor who examined them said “I’ve never seen anything like this”

2 children and 9 adults were tested in Sapporo, and thyroid cancer was suspected

Adult woman has been confirmed to have thyroid cancer

Japanese researchers [say] “it is impossible for children under the age of 6 to have nodules 5 millimeters or larger”

But the doctor who examined them in Sapporo, Hokkaido says, “Whatever they say, this is the result”

In the case of Chernobyl, it took 4 years till the cases of thyroid cancer started to appear. The doctor in Sapporo is shocked by the quick onset

Kouta Kinoshita’s blog translation and comments by EX-SKF

He and several others had known about it, and were trying to find a better way to disclose the information with the agreement of all the parties involved (parents, for one). He seems rather upset with the reporter. He also quotes an expert of the Chernobyl accident he consults with: “At this stage, you can’t tell whether it is a malignant tumor. I personally think the Bunshun article went overboard. What’s known now is that they have some tumor of unknown nature. The growth is rapid, and no doubt it is a health damage from radioactive materials. I think it can be categorized as damage caused by radiation, even if the growth is benign, because before March 11 [accident], such growth was impossible in children.”

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