Japanese citizen “School checkup said “No remark”, but a general hospital found goiter with my son in Tokyo”

A Japanese citizen posted on Twitter that there is a possibility that school in Tokyo conceals the thyroid abnormality of students.


0:07 6/22/2014

“It was pointed out that my son’s thyroid is swollen in a physical checkup of his junior high school.

He had a detailed inspection in a major general hospital, and they diagnosed goiter.

However, the result of school physical checkup returned said, “No remark”. What is this ?

Obviously my son had a thyroid problem. Who and what did order to conceal the true checkup result ?

This is scary.. It’s in Tokyo”



You read this now because we’ve been surviving until today.


Français :

Une japonaise : “L’examen scolaire disait “RAS” mais un examen général à l’hôpital à Tokyo a trouvé un goitre à mon fils”


Une japonaise a publié sur Twitter qu’il est probable que des écoles de Tokyo cachent les anomalies de la thyroïde des élèves.

22 juin 2014 00:07
“Il s’est révélé au cours d’un examen physique général au lycée que la thyroïde de mon fils est gonflée.
Il a subi un examen approfondi dans un des grands hôpitaux et ils lui ont diagnostiqué un goitre.
Or, les résultats de l’examen physique de l’école disait “Rien à remarquer”. C’est quoi, ça ?
Mon fils a évidemment un problème à sa thyroïde. Qui a décidé sous quel prétexte de cacher le véritable résultat de l’examen ?
Ça fait peur … c’est dans Tokyo”

Vous pouvez lire ceci parce que nous avons survécu jusqu’à aujourd’hui.

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