As predicted: #Fukushima infant heart diseases spiked

Posted: March 18, 2019 in -
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Mainstream media is doing everything it can to spin this as nothing to worry about. After all, they’re not YOUR kids.

“Although this research focuses on events that occurred in Japan, the potential for nuclear accidents throughout the world is a global health concern,” said Kaori Murase, Ph.D., associate professor at Nagoya City University in Japan. “Our study suggests that a nuclear accident might increase the risk for complex congenital heart disease.”

Complex congenital heart disease operations in babies increased after Fukushima nuclear power plant accident

 

 

In the four years following the Fukushima nuclear accidents, they found:

  • The number of operations for complex congenital heart disease in infants all over Japan increased 14.2 percent, whereas those performed on 1- to 17-year-old patients showed no significant change during the study period.
  • The complex congenital heart diseases that showed significant increases were those known to occur during various developmental stages of the heart.
  • The results suggest that damage occurred at various points in the early stages of heart development and not from damage to a single gene at a specific point in time.

“Nuclear accidents may have wide-ranging adverse effects on various types of congenital heart disease. The earlier the radiation exposure happens in a developing heart, the more likely it is that the nuclear accident could have a negative impact on more parts of the heart,” Murase said.

Researchers also note that, while the concentration of radiation in the air in Japan was declining in 2014, the number of operations for complex congenital heart diseases remained high.

 

There was an ACADEMY AWARD WINNING DOCUMENTARY about heart disease in children at Chernobyl, but your TV “news” pretends it never happened.

CHERNOBYL HEART and CHILDREN OF CHERNOBYL

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