TV: Official in Fukushima during 3/11 now suffering many health problems as consequence of nuclear catastrophe — “There’s no place I could go for help… hospital refused to treat me” — I asked for blood test since I’m exposed, but they denied it (VIDEO)

Saturday, April 26, 2014
By Paul Martin

ENENews.com
April 25th, 2014

Katsutaka Idogawa, former mayor of Futaba in Fukushima Prefecture, RT, April 21, 2014 (at 26:00 in):

Sophie Shevardnadze, host: Have you personally felt the consequences of the catastrophe? Has your health been affected?
Katsutaka Idogawa, former mayor of Futaba: I now get exhausted quickly, it’s harder to speak, I often get colds. My eyesight worsened. I have a cataract. My stomach hurts. My skin is very dry. I have muscular weakness in different parts of my body. These are the consequences.
Shevardnadze: Do you receive any treatment as a victim?
Idogawa: No, I’m not getting any treatment right now. Actually, there’s no place I could go for help. I now live in Saitama. The nearest hospital refused to treat me. So I’m trying to restore my health through nutrition.
Mayor Idogawa, 2012: I’m losing my hair and have nosebleed everyday. The other day, I asked for blood test at a hospital in Tokyo because I’m exposed but they refused it.

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