Photo : A photomicrograph of papillary cancer [Wikipedia]
Malignant and possible malignant thyroid tumor cases increased from 90 to 104, according to Fukushima prefectural government.
This is the test result of the end of June.
Among 104 cases, 55 children had papillary cancer, 2 children had embryonal cancer, 1 child had benign nodule. All of these 58 children have had surgery.
The average radius of tumor was 14.2 mm (±7.5mm), the largest radius was 40.5 mm.
This result was reported in Fukushima investigative commission held on Sunday 8/24/2014. There is no reason they have to hold this meeting on Sunday.
It can be assumed that they are trying to collect as least attention as possible by releasing the data on Sunday of August.Iori Mochizuki You read this now because we’ve been surviving until today.
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