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Thyroid cancer diagnosed in 104 young people in Fukushima -- The Asahi Shimbun

” The number of young people in Fukushima Prefecture who have been diagnosed with definitive or suspected thyroid gland cancer, a disease often caused by radiation exposure, now totals 104, according to prefectural officials. 507 more words

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Second group of Fukushima residents given OK to return home in evacuation zone -- The Asahi Shimbun

” KAWAUCHI, Fukushima Prefecture–Some residents of this village who lived within the 20-kilometer restricted zone surrounding the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant were told on Aug. 316 more words

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Fukushima rice exports to resume; First batch to Singapore -- The Wall Street Journal

” The National Federation of Agricultural Cooperative Associations said it would resume exports of rice produced in Fukushima prefecture for the first time since the nuclear crisis in 2011. 193 more words

Contamination / Radiation

Summer Slump

The recognition of their existence will jolt the material twentieth century mind out of its heavy ruts in the mud, and will make it admit that there is a glamour and mystery to life. 689 more words

Japan: Fukushima Prefecture (Minami-soma City, Soma-Nomaoi)

For a period of four days (July 22-25) a festival which dates back to 1,000 years ago takes place in the Soma District of Fukushima Prefecture, a renowned horse breeding region. 353 more words


Japanese monkeys' abnormal blood linked to Fukushima disaster – study -- The Guardian, etc.

The Guardian: “Primates in Fukushima region found to have low white and red blood cell levels and radioactive caesium”

” Wild monkeys in the Fukushima region of Japan have blood abnormalities linked to the radioactive fall-out from the 2011 nuclear power plant disaster, according to a… 352 more words

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RT: TEPCO failed to disclose crops over 20KM from Fukushima were contaminated

. . . and Ben Fulford said there was no radiation. . . maybe you all understand why I take Ben with a grain of salt . 606 more words