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医学生と若手の医師の皆さんへ → お願いです、甲状腺を目指してください (民間人です)
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投稿者 七転八起 日時 2011 年 4 月 25 日 22:14:03: FjY83HydhgNT2
 

http://blog.goo.ne.jp/chipndale97/e/1aff987a58f55c864875e306956cc321


 数年後から被爆県を中心にして子どもの甲状腺ガンが多発すると予想しています。もちろん正確な予想なんてできません。分かっているのは 天(神様)だけです。人間にできることは過去に学ぶことダケです。

チェルノブイリ原発事故。被曝によって「ただちに健康に影響はでません」でした。しかし、数年後から子どもの甲状腺ガンが多発しました (「放射線は「晩発性傷害」がメインで数年後に殺す作用を持つ」と言うことを知っていればアタリマエだよ)

同じ現象が日本で見られる事が予想されます。本来は政府が過去に学び今から対策を講じておくべきものです。しかし、彼らにはその気はありません。

「安全だ安全だ」 と言って正確な情報を出そうともしません。もう役人は頼れません。次善の策でいきましょう。

国民が自分たちで 将来に対して備えましょう。その一つが 「医学生と若手医師に甲状腺をめざしてもらうこと」 と私は思っています。 子ども達を救うタメにアナタが必要です。

<付記>
出世もカネも捨ててチェルの子ども達を助けた日本人外科医の話です(42分) 参考に。
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJu-rU4-Xyk&feature=related

 

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01. 2011年4月25日 22:53:18: cqRnZH2CUM
今から、甲状腺医?を増やすよりも、線量が高い地域で、ヨウ素剤をきちんと投与し、できれば子供や若者を疎開させる方がコストも低いし遥かに有効では?


02. 2011年4月26日 01:05:58: EGaQ73B5yp

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http://blog.imva.info/medicine/door

Beyond That Door

    Posted by Mark Sircus - Director on 25 April 2011
     Filed under Medicine, World Affairs


http://blog.imva.info/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/clip_image0026.jpg

Beyond that door is death. It’s death’s door and it has brought us a new hell on earth. What’s behind this door and several others like it is so hot, in terms of death, that its effects can be seen 10,000 miles away. Though thanks to the media we almost forgot about this and other similar doors and the nuclear meltdowns that are occurring right here right now on planet earth.

Today you have to be a hound dog to sniff up any credible news about what is actually going on at that destroyed nuclear plant. It’s very scary how the media has clamped down on most of the news so it seems like multiple nuclear meltdowns are not a big deal.

On April 21 radiation levels stood at up to 110 microsieverts per hour in the air in the town of Okuma in Tokyo (http://jen.jiji.com/jc/eng?g=eco&k=2011042100886), some 3 kilometers southwest of that door you see above.

If a person is exposed to this quantity of radiation for about nine hours, the cumulative dose is estimated to reach one millisieverts, the annual safety limit set by the government. Do the math. In just 30 days a person living there would have a lethal dose!

http://blog.imva.info/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/clip_image001.jpg

On Sunday, April 24, 2011 Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) disclosed a map of radiation levels at the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. Radiation levels around the No. 3 reactor building, which was damaged by a powerful hydrogen explosion, are higher than in other locations, and 300 millisieverts per hour of radiation was detected in debris on a nearby mountainside. Stand near that and 30 hours later kiss life goodbye.

Work started on April 6th to remove contaminated rubble that had been obstructing the restoration process. TEPCO says much of the debris around the former office building has been removed, and it has started clearing the rubble around the No. 3 and No. 4 reactors. Enough debris has been removed to fill 50 containers, and it is being kept in a field on the mountainside.

The radiation levels one meter away are 1 to 2 millisieverts per hour. Gee that would be a walk in the park meaning we could hang around endlessly until 20 days go by and then we too are radioactive toast.

Okay so let’s translate that into a bit of practical reality for people 10,000 miles away on the east coast of the United States. We’re getting pretty far away from that damn door and yet its nuclear wretchedness is reaching around the world just like Chernobyl did.


Radiation a Personal Account
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I am a retired biologist who used to work in radiation biology. Just wanted to share with you what we’ve been doing lately. We live in the mid-Atlantic area of the U.S. We have a Geiger counter and have been testing daily for radiation (am and pm) since the Fukushima incident. Since March 11, our numbers normally are 25-30 cpm inside and 31-35 cpm outside (Geiger counter sits at an open window). This is within background radiation numbers. When it rains, the numbers rise to about 35 cpm for inside and 40 cpm for outside. Our grass reads around 50 cpm. I noticed today after I did some weeding (sunny day) and washing my hands that they read around 50 cpm. I had to wash them 3-4 times before the reading went down.

Also noticed a couple of dandelions looking abnormal (their stems were twice as thick as others and heads were joined). Never saw that before.

We had ordered kelp granules from the company Maine Coast three weeks ago. We typically use kelp in our foods, and this was a bigger order than usual because of the nuclear incident. Just got the shipment today! We tested the bags of kelp for radiation and they tested 182 cpm! We called the company but they had their answering machine on, stating that they won’t be open until April 25th because they’re doing inventory. We plan to return the kelp! Noticed the expiration date is April 16, 2013, which makes us wonder if they filled the order after the Fukushima incident (maybe April 16, 2011?). Patty
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Life with Geiger counters will become much more common in our futures as well as nuclear weather reports. They might as well have ripped a hole into another universe with so much hell to be released each month for as long as we can see into the future. Best-case scenario at this point would be several years of relentless radiation buildup around the world but most particularly in the northern hemisphere where it will be increasingly difficult to get uncontaminated food. Let’s not even think of worst-case scenarios for not many of us will be around for long if such were to occur.

Authorities will keep everything under their hat for as long as humanly possible to avoid panic and migrations. With financial collapse on the horizon, private citizens will not be able to afford any movement anyway and will have to dig in and weather the radiation. With the help of the media, the entire populations of the north are caught like deer in the headlights and are totally unaware of and unprepared for this increasing nuclear radiation. In case no one has informed you, radioactivity makes it harder for our bodies to live.


Today’s Nuclear News

The Number 4 spent fuel pool stores 1,535 fuel rods (http://www3.nhk.or.jp/daily/english/25_12.html), the most at the nuclear complex. TEPCO says it will inject 210 tons of water into the pool on Monday, after finding on Sunday evening that the temperature in the pool had risen to 81 degrees Celsius. The utility firm had earlier limited the amount of water being injected into the pool to 70 tons a day, saying the weight of the water could weaken the reactor building, which was already damaged in last month’s hydrogen explosion.

On Friday, TEPCO found that the pool’s temperature had reached 91 degrees, so it began injecting 2 to 3 times the amount of water. TEPCO says the pool’s water temperature dropped to 66 degrees on Saturday after water was injected, but started to rise again, to 81 degrees. The operator says the water level in the pool was 2.5 meters lower than normal after 165 tons of water was injected on Sunday.

Conclusion

But there is absolutely nothing to worry about! Doctors are not worried that iodine deficiency will make you much more vulnerable to death rays in the form of radioactive iodine, which your thyroid will mop up like a sponge. But what do doctors or our friendly governments care?

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I have been trying to get a prescription for iodine from a medical doctor, but I can’t find one that will do it. They tell me BS like you don’t need it; it’s dangerous to take supplemental iodine without a battery of thyroid tests, and a bunch of other BS ad nauseum. I used to be able to get it over the counter at a drugstore, but no longer. I need to find an MD with common sense that will actually help me. ---David Ostrander
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YJaaVAQ5lE&feature=player_embedded

This is a gift from Brazil of a music that was first presented live in 1974 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4VFZQirRGU&feature=related). Brazil has sung out against atomic energy and thus we have only one reactor in this huge country. I have translated the lyrics below. I hope people can appreciate with their hearts this musical message.

The Rose of Hiroshima
(Vinícius de Moraes / Gerson Conrad) Think of the children

Mute, telepathic
Think of the girls
Blind, inaccurate
Think of the women
Routes changed
Think of the wounds
As warm roses
But oh, do not forget
of the rose, the rose
The rose of Hiroshima
The hereditary rose
The radioactive rose
Stupid and invalid
The rose with cirrhosis
The atomic anti-rose
with no color no parfum,
No rose, no anything.

image
Photograph: Robert Brook/Alamy/Alamy
http://blog.imva.info/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/clip_image0021.gif

Radiation Hell at the disused plutonium reactors at Sellafield, England are a “slow motion Chernobyl”(http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/apr/19/sellafield-nuclear-plant-cumbria-hazards) according to Greenpeace campaigners against nuclear energy.

The BBC says (http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A2922103), “There are about 440 operational reactors in 32 countries, generating 16 percent of the world’s electricity. Only 27 new reactors are under construction, mainly in Eastern Europe and Asia. Not one of the remaining 22 countries with nuclear power is currently building any new reactors, including the USA, Canada and all of Western Europe. The western world has put its nuclear power program on hold. This is arguably due at least in part to the Chernobyl accident and the ensuing perception that no matter how small the risk, it is just not worth it.”
(http://www.bbc.co.uk/go/dna/h2g2/A2922103/ext/_auto/-/http:/www.world-nuclear.org/wgs/decom/database/php/reactorsdb_index.php)
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03. 2011年4月26日 02:47:33: x26fGKMBn6
武田教授によれば、200人近い子供がすでに甲状腺がんになっている可能性があるそうです。
症状が出るのは数年後だと思いますが、もっと早い段階で発見できるシステムが必要ですね。

04. 2011年4月26日 10:46:53: Mo4y0MYI8k
01さんへ。

もちろん、妊娠中の人や子供などはできるだけ避難したほうがいいのですが、すでに相当量の放射性よう素を取り込んでしまった人も多いと思います。

よう素剤は放射性よう素を取り込んでしまった後では、効き目があまり期待できないみたいだし、
http://www.nsc.go.jp/bousai/page3/houkoku02.pdf
もともと甲状腺の専門医はあんまり多くないみたいだし、
http://www.j-tajiri.or.jp/specialist/
甲状腺のお医者さんが増えることは無駄ではないと思います。


05. 2011年4月26日 19:21:11: FHVyh15Kso
今、出来うる事は、原発から放射性物質のダダモレが止まるまで、子供達を疎開させる事。
そもそも、3月の12日(だったかな)の段階で、
既に原発の避難地域に指定されている住民には「ヨウ素剤」が配られいる。
ヨウ素剤が有効だった時期は水素爆発等が起こる「前」まで。

今は、できるだけ「内部被曝」を避ける事=離れる、汚染された空気・水・食物を取り込まない、を実行するしかない。
医者を増やす事も大事だけど、「医者にかからないような手立て」を実行する事、これも大事だ。
やる事なす事幸運続きで全て上手く事が運んでも「ダダ漏れ」は半年は続く訳だ。
「子供を1時間以上外に出すな」そんな場所に子供を半年も1年も住まわせるのか、と。


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