Honorary director of Hokkaido cancer center “Primary radiology will no longer be developed in JP”

On 5/12/2013, honorary director of Hokkaido cancer center, Nishio commented primary radiology will no longer be developed in Japan. He had a speech in Koriyama city Fukushima.

He stated,

Primary radiology is not profitable, most of the universities stopped investing into the study since Japanese national universities became independent administrative corporation. Radiation Effects Research Foundation dominated the study by spending budget of the ministries. However, they only employ the researchers from “pro-nuclear” side. Primary radiology can’t be expected to develop as science anymore.

Last Autumn, a person from Fukushima died. He left his will to offer his organs for dissection of primary radiology.

However there is no institute to dissect his organs and analyze for radionuclides in Japan.




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Le directeur honoraire du centre de cancérologie d’Hokkaido : “La radiologie primaire ne sera plus développée au Japon”


Le 12 mai 2013, le directeur honoraire du centre de cancérologie d’Hokkaido, M. Nishio, a déclaré que les examens radiologiques primaires ne seraient plus développés au Japon. Il a tenu un discours à Koriyama dans Fukushima.

Il y affirmait :

La radiologie primaire n’est pas rentable, la plupart des universités ont cessé d’investir dans les études depuis que les universités nationales japonaises sont devenues des entreprises indépendantes de l’administration. La Fondation de Recherche sur les Effets de la Radioactivité dominait les études en y consacrant le budget des ministères. Or, ils n’emploient que des chercheurs qui sont “pro-nucléaires”. On ne peut plus considérer la radiologie primaire comme une science.
L’automne dernier, une personne de Fukushima est morte. Sa dernière volonté était d’offrir ses organes pour dissection à la radiologie primaire.
Il n’existe cependant pas d’institut au Japon pour disséquer ses organes et en analyser les radionucléides.

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