8 Of 17 Children In Fukushima Nuclear Hotspots Have Atypical Lymphocyte

Clinic finds that out of 17 children living in radioactive hotspots in Kashiwa, Misato andTokatsu have abnormal peripheral blood lymphocyte

Private institute of radiation risk researcher announced 8 of 17 children have atypical lymphocyte on 3/4/2012.

The institute is run by 3 doctors and advised by Dr. Hida, who researched Hiroshima victims.

From their research, 8 of 17 children (0~13 years old) living in Kashiwa, Misato, Tokatsu areas, where are known to be hotspot turned out to have abnormal peripheral blood lymphocyte.


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