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Posted in: Victims struggling six months after quake, tsunami See in context

Please beware that the phrase "no immediate health risk" is as meaningless as "safe levels of cesium" in water and food. The Physicians for Social Responsibility state that the only safe level for internal radiation is zero. A single atom of cesium internally can cause cancer because it is with you 24/7. Finding cesium in urine and blood is proof of wide spread contamination. The Japanese Government is failing it's citizens miserably in protecting them from contamination by doing inadequate testing of food and water and by still allowing the planting of crops in contaminated areas. If you have children, I would seriously consider leaving Japan, at least until they can better regulate food safety. I understand the difficulty of this but frankly it could be a matter of life and death.

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Posted in: Nuclear safety agency under fire over fake questions See in context

Maybe they were afraid someone will ask if the people have a right to avoid radiation exposure and live a healthy life like someone asked in a meeting held in Fukushima City on July 19. The answer has now drawn over 150,000 views on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVuGwc9dlhQ&feature=player_embedded

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Posted in: Radioactive cesium found in compost in Akita See in context

Watch this video. You do not have a right to a healthy life, free from radioactive contamination. That is what a government official said and if you don't believe it here is the meeting from last week. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVuGwc9dlhQ&feature=player_embedded

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