40 of 47 given A2 in thyroid test of Matsudo city/City gov “Result not guarantee potential health in future”
Following up this article.. 28 of 32 testees diagnosed A2 in thyroid inspection of Matsudo city Chiba [URL] 40 of 47 testees were given “A2″ diagnosis in Matsudo city of
Thyroid abnormality was found among 63% of children living in Kanto area, according to a citizen’s organization. The organization was established by parents in Ibaraki or Chiba prefectures. They
28 of 32 testees were diagnosed as “A2″ in the thyroid inspection of Matsudo city, Chiba. The test was implemented from 6/1/2014 to 8/31/2014 and the result was announced on 9/26/2014.
A Japanese citizen living in Saitama prefecture was told by a doctor that she had thyroid disease from “acute stress”. It was posted on Facebook on 10/15/2014 by the very
Following up this article.. TV director to cover Fukushima thyroid cancer and nuclear industry “commit suicide” [URL] A weekly magazine that covered the “suicide” of the TV director cancelled release.
21 children were given A2, and 5 children were given B among 39 thyroid testees, according to Ushiku city Ibaraki prefecture. A2 is given when they find thyroid nodule (≦5.0mm)
Related to this article.. The deceased TV director “If I die, please suspect murder” (Unconfirmed information) [URL] The News program, Hodo station (TV Asahi) commented in the subtitle that
Following up this article.. TV director to cover Fukushima thyroid cancer and nuclear industry “commit suicide” [URL] An anonymous source tells the deceased TV director commented he was feeling physically
Toride city of Ibaraki decided to give lecture by the experts instead of thyroid inspection not to spread fear
Toride city of Ibaraki prefecture announced they are going to give the expert’s lectures to the residents in order to wipe away the anxiety but not to implement thyroid inspection.
Iwaji reporter “commit suicide” by 9/1/2014. He was a TV director of a News program, Hodo station (TV Asahi). This 3/11, he covered thyroid cancer found among Fukushima children. He’s