8 of 17 children have atypical lymphocyte

Private institute of radiation risk researcher announced 8 of 17 children have atypical lymphocyte on 3/4/2012.

The institute is run by 3 doctors and advised by Dr. Hida, who researched Hiroshima victims.

From their research, 8 of 17 children (0~13 years old) living in Kashiwa, Misato, Tokatsu areas, where are known to be hotspot turned out to have abnormal peripheral blood lymphocyte.

8 of 17 children have atypical lymphocyte

Kashiwa

4 years old

2 years old×2

Misato

2 years old

Soka

4 years old

(Promyelocytic problem too)

Edogawa

1 year old

Taito

7 years old

Noda

2 years old

(No atypical lymphocyte but lymphocyte count is over 10,000)

 

From other 26 children (0~13 years old) living out of hotspot don’t have atypical lymphocyte.

 

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