Hospitals refuse to see irradiated patients

In Japan, some of the (most of the ) hospitals refuse to see patients who are sick from radiation.
Because the connection between the symptoms and the radiation is not clear, it will never be clear ever.

The picture on the top of the page is a notice of an academic medical center in Tokyo.
It says, “we do not serve any tests for radiation exposure or treatment for irradiation”.

The picture below is a document distributed from Japan radiological society to an academic medical center in western Japan.
It says, currently radiation level is too low to affect your health condition. Even in the 20~30 km area, if you are in a building, it can not be harmful.

They oppress people to protect themselves or evacuating by the logics like below

1) Stress of mothers is much worse than radiation for children.

2) This level of radiation can not be harmful for your health. They only want to make money by scaring people by telling lies.

It is becoming harder and harder to find a proper medical institute to provide right treatment.






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25 Responses to “Hospitals refuse to see irradiated patients”

  1. john says:

    too expensive @ > 1msVr/yr thus the hospitals will refuse the patients

  2. nikkinomad says:

    Truly awful – I despair!

  3. ken says:

    Not treating ill paitents is wrong, they should fire the staff and the administration.

  4. dka says:

    how long can this last before Japanese revolt? This much suffering is not human. I can only believe that once many leave this world following their sickness, others will stand up. Like this teacher, a symbol to humanity, she decided to be a real teacher and not a traitor to human. Not just a tool, not a tool of evil.

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  9. mr. fancy pants says:

    It’s nice to see that scientists, corporate executives and politicians all lying to protect the status quo. You and your loved ones are inconsequential to the machine, and your concerns are of no concern to the 1%. Good day.

  10. LibertyTreeBud says:

    I think what the powers that be are saying to the human resources that live in Japan is that they are to be quiet and be unstressed about what they can not do anything about. It is better to live life with dignity and quiet servitude to the state so it can continue on in business and save face. They want you to obey and live, eat and serve like before and not question the powers that be.

  11. james says:

    maybe “Japan radiological society” will suffer from a serious fire!

  12. CJ says:

    Aside from the radiation spewing forth from the burned out reactors, the Japanese arrogance will be their undoing as a race.

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  14. k.bouki says:

    have people begun using the macrobiotic diet? this may be the only way to help…

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