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Fukushima children thyroid cancer cases spreading to their lymph nodes and lungs


Fukushima children thyroid cancer cases now diagnosed with cancer cells in their lymph nodes and lungs

51人の甲状腺がん手術>「取らなくてよい癌を取っているのではない。リンパ節転移や肺転移などがほとんど」鈴木眞一氏

 

Child preparing for a WBC scan

Child preparing for a WBC scan

 

As predicted and following the ongoing counts of Thyroid cancers in the children of Fukushima, reported here, here, and here , the numbers are climbing high enough that doctors and researchers across the country are starting to question current data provided by the Fukushima Medical University.

甲状腺検査は、震災時18歳以下の約37万人が対象。
これまでにがんと診断が確定した子どもは50人、がんの疑いは39人に上る。

370,000 children under 18 at the time of the nuclear accident are subject to thyroid examination and so far, 50 have been confirmed to have cancer and 39 are suspected.

90 cases in totalWhen you hear “90 cases or suspected cancers”, don’t bother.  98% of the “suspected” cases turned out to be CONFIRMED last time around. So, not be insensitive, it is 90 cases confirmed .

51 had surgeries as of March 31, 2014

Total number of children whose initial examination results are confirmed: 287,056
Assessment A1  = 148,182 (51.6%) (no nodules or cysts found)
Assessment A2  = 136,804 (47.7%) (nodules 5.0 mm or smaller or cysts 20.0 mm or smaller)
Assessment B     = 2,069 (0.7%) (nodules 5.1 mm or larger or cysts 20.1 mm or larger)
Assessment C     = 1 (0.0%) (requiring immediate secondary examination)

 

最新の報告書によると福島県の小児甲状腺がん及び疑いの子供達は、3か月前…前回の74人から15人増えて合計89人になりました。※1

福島県の発表は甲状腺がんを、悪性…悪性とはがんのことですが『悪性ないし悪性の疑い』という言葉を使い、あたかも甲状腺がんでない子供達もこの中に含まれているように書くことで、焦点をぼかしチェルノブイリ原発事故との比較を困難にしています。

しかし手術を終えた51人中、良性結節だったのはたった1人にすぎず、49人が乳頭癌、1人低分化癌疑いとの診断です。つまり『悪性ないし悪性の疑い』のうち98%は、小児甲状腺がんでした。ですので疑いという言葉を過大評価して安心するのは危険です。

甲状腺がんと考えられる89人の福島県の子供達を市町村別に分類し、その市町村の子供達の何人に1人が発病したか?を色分けしたのが下記の地図となります。

 

地図の右側の真ん中にある×が福島第一原発です。
…1人~999人に1人が発病
…1000人~1999人に1人が発病
…2000人~2999人に1人が発病
…3000人~3999人に1人が発病
…4000人~5999人に1人が発病

 

 

Map of the location of all confirmed thyroid cases

Map of the location of all confirmed thyroid cases

 

東京電力福島第一原子力発電所による健康影響を調べている福島県民健康調査の検討委員会で10日、甲状腺がんに関する専門部会が開催され、スクリーニング 検査によって、多数の子どもが甲状腺手術を受けていることについて、前回に引き続き過剰診療につながっているかどうかで激論となった。議論の過程で、手術 している子どもに、リンパ節転移をはじめとして深刻なケースが多数あることが明らかになった。

These numbers will increase. Yes it will. But while the Fukushima Medical University are still playing with the children as science projects instead of evacuating them, the children who have had removal operation already performed have now cancer cells spreading in their lymph nodes and lungs. After the sociopaths like Suzuki and Yamashita minimized the surgeries of these innocent children as being “simple” procedures, it turns out that their “optimism” got the best of them.

 

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–リンパ節転移が多数~福島県の甲状腺がん—
県民健康管理調査甲状腺評価部会 2014 06 10 メモ
About the children’s thyroid cancer cases in Fukushima.
Fukushima prefectural health management survey thyroid-panel meeting, held on June 10th, 2014

甲状腺がんの子どもが50人に上ることに関し、出席した専門家は過剰治療ではないかと指摘、
検査を進める福島県立医大に対し、がんの転移があった人数などのデータを出すよう求めた。

 

In the video below, experts debate as to why operations were conducted too hastily on these 50 children and are pushing to see relevant data about these cancer cases.

 

 

手術を実施している福島県立医大の鈴木真一教授は、
過剰診療という言葉を使われたが、とらなくても良いものはとっていない。
手術しているケースは過剰治療ではない」と主張。

Professor Shinichi Suzuki, head of the survey, asserted,
“Some talk about excess medical practices, but I do not conduct surgery if not necessary.  Not a single case is an excess practice.”

渋谷教授は「しかし、”健診して増えたのなら、過剰診断ではないか。 リンパ節転移は何件あるのか” と追及すると、鈴木教授は”取らなくてよいがんを取っているわけではない” と繰り返しつつも、”ここで、リンパ節転移の数は、ここでは公表しない” と答えた。

Professor Suzuki further explained, “Most cases are those who have difficulty speaking, and those who have metastasis on their lymph nodes and lungs and we could not help conducting surgeries on them”

渋谷教授は「しかし、健診して増えたのなら、過剰診断ではないか。リンパ節転移は何件あるのか」と追及すると、鈴木教授は「取らなくてよいがんを取っているわけではない」と繰り返しつつも、「ここで、リンパ節転移の数は、ここでは公表しない」と答えた。

Professor Shibutani then dropped the question to Suzuki, “but if you say that the number of thyroid cancer was increased due to more examination, doesn’t that mean you are conducting excess medical practices? How many cases of lymph nodes metastasis were there?”

Professor Suzuki answered, “I am not disclosing the number of lymph nodes metastasis here,” and repeating “I am not doing any unnecessary surgery.”

 

Dr Yamashita and Dr Suzuki of Fukushima Medical University

Dr Yamashita and Dr Suzuki of Fukushima Medical University

 

This whole Fukushima Health Survey is a crime against the children of Fukushima. We are reaching that point where criminals Yamashita and Suzuki (amongst others) are starting to realize that radiation IS indeed responsible for these children illnesses and that soon they will have to admit the correlation between the two. It will take time until truth prevails, time children of Fukushima do not have. Some will get sicker and more cases will be declared. For those brave kids, future does not look so good.

 

 experts-worried

 

Many experts, doctors, scientists are voicing their discontent about this whole survey on the children of Fukushima … so why is it almost like a non issue in Japan. What does it take ? How many children must contract thyroid cancers or other dangerous illnesses until they say “oooops” !!! Don’t the children of Fukushima have the same right of living in a safe environment as would children in other parts of Japan ? That is a clear violation of human rights. Who’s gonna fight for those children ?

Source;  Kiikochan, Mari Takenouchi, Yoko Collin, 47 News, Ourplanet TV

 

Nelson
Live from Lalaland
11/06/2014




53 thoughts on “Fukushima children thyroid cancer cases spreading to their lymph nodes and lungs

  1. JohnnyD

    Next they’ll get to see a big upswing in the rates of leukemias and bone cancers as all the strontium/ cesium/transuranics that tend to end up lodged in peoples’ bones start to “bear fruit”, if you’ll pardon the term. Especially the plutonium, it just sows nothing but destruction inside a human body. We may never know how much of that was released to the environment as a result of these accidents, so projecting the long-term outcome for anyone who was exposed becomes a tough task.

    Sure, one can measure whole-body cumulative radiation dosages received after personal dosimetry was handed out, days after the explosions. Exposures prior to that can only be determined in those at the nuclear facility who were wearing dosimetry on the job, because it is required.

    And establishing whole-body loading of radioisotopes may be done wiith sensitive scintillation counters, but it takes just one minute speck of Pu lodging anywhere in the body to almost guarantee a resulting cancer somewhere down the road. Not sure about the other transuranics in this regard, because the focus of the training I received dealt primarily with major fission products with biological activity (strontium, cesium, iodine, and others) and plutonium.

    I’m not a doctor or a physicist, so please correct me if I’m off-base on this topic. I won’t mind at all, because I’d rather be wrong and corrected than be spewing disinformation. Been enough of that already.

    One thing I know for certain is that North-Pacific-caught seafood is off my list, since that’s where almost all the contamination that didn’t land on Japan ended up, in the North Pacific. Which is unfortunately where a large percentage of our commercially-caught fish spend their entire lives. But with the currents spreading it around, everyone will get to share in this bounty. It’s a worldwide “gift”.

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