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子供の許容被ばく線量高すぎる」と疑問(ノーベル賞アイラ・ヘルファンド医学博士)(テレ朝news)
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投稿者 独歩 日時 2011 年 4 月 27 日 19:00:07: OcXlFVq.c5uyc
 


http://news.tv-asahi.co.jp/news/web/html/210427018.html(テレ朝news)

 ノーベル賞も受賞した国際的な医師の団体がワシントンで会見し、文部科学省が子供の1年間の許容被ばく線量の目安を「20ミリシーベルト」に設定したことに疑問を呈しました。

 アイラ・ヘルファンド医学博士:「衝撃的だったのは、日本政府が福島の子供たちの許容被ばく線量の基準を高く設定したことだ」
 ヘルファンド博士は、「子供の場合、がんになるリスクが成人よりも2倍から3倍高くなる」と指摘して、許容される被ばく線量の基準を引き下げるよう求めました。アメリカでは、原子力関連施設で働く人の1年間の許容量の平均的な上限が年間20ミリシーベルトとされています。  

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01. 2011年4月27日 23:40:46: tEuMUcieh
御用学者「許容被ばく線量は妥当です。今後長い年月をかけて、私達だけで
     検体の状況を詳しく調査します。」

02. 2011年4月27日 23:52:55: PgGEzDs2v2
■ 菅・枝野の 破廉恥 内閣には 

 一般常識 欠如と言うより 

 自己中、自己愛 以外の 持ち合わせがありません

 あんたらの アホを

 日本人の アホさ加減として よくぞ 海外へ 曝してくれました


03. 2011年4月28日 02:11:37: rWmc8odQao
石森ひさつぐ氏
「このような経費すべてを換算すると、その電気料単位のコストは極めて高いもののとなります。
 今後子供たちにその付けを回さないためには、今決断の時だと思います。」
http://blog.ishimori.jp/?p=2255

お金(コスト)の面でも、健康面でも、子供たちに負の遺産を残したくないものです。


04. 2011年4月28日 08:58:07: nMBKiA8ooU
Ira Helfand・・・says the officials there downplayed the seriousness of the accident and did not mount a serious effort to tally the true medical costs. In 2006, a Greenpeace study found that the accident had the potential to cause more than a quarter of a million cancer cases and nearly 100,000 fatal cancers.
http://www.foxbusiness.com/personal-finance/2011/04/12/health-insurance-nuclear-disaster/

Unsafe at any exposure
There's no safe level of radiation exposure.
Dateline: Monday, April 04, 2011
by Dr Ira Helfand
As the radioactive contamination of food, water, and soil in Fukushima, Japan worsens, the media are continuously reassuring us that these levels are "safe." But there is no safe level of radiation.

Yes, at lower levels the risk is smaller, but the National Research Council of the National Academies of Science has concluded that any exposure to radiation makes it more likely that an individual will get cancer.

Most importantly, we don't know at this point how much more radiation there will be.

The press is reporting that 100 millisieverts (mSv) is the lowest dose that increases cancer risks. This simply isn't true. According to the NAS, if you are exposed to a dose of 100 mSv, you have a one in 100 chance of getting cancer, but a dose of 10 mSv still gives you a one in 1,000 chance of getting cancer, and a dose of 1 mSv gives you a one in 10,000 risk.

Those odds sound fairly low for one individual, but if you expose 10,000 people to a one in 10,000 risk, one of them will get cancer. If you expose 10 million people to that dose, 1,000 will get cancer. There are more than 30 million people in the Tokyo metropolitan area.

To understand the danger of low levels of radiation exposure, consider several factors.

First, the total dose is the most important factor, not the dose per hour. When you get an X-ray, you're exposed to a one-time burst of radiation. If you work for 10 hours in a spot where the radiation level is 1 millisievert per hour, your dose is 10 millisieverts, and the dose goes up the longer you stand there.

Second, there's a big difference between external and internal radiation. If you're standing in a spot where you're exposed to external radiation, that exposure ends as soon as you move away. But if you ingest or inhale a radioactive particle, it continues to irradiate your body as long as it remains radioactive and stays in your body.

Further, if you ingest radioactive particles, the dose isn't spread evenly over your entire body. It concentrates where the particles lodge. The average total body dose may be relatively low, but the dose at the site may be large enough to damage that tissue and cause cancer.

That's why the radiation being found in Japan in spinach, milk, and other food ― as well as water ― is so worrisome. If consumed, it will create ongoing radiation exposure and increase the risk of cancer.

A large majority of the hundreds of thousands of cancer cases that have occurred in the former Soviet Union because of the Chernobyl catastrophe were caused by people eating radioactively contaminated food.

Finally, it makes a big difference who gets irradiated. Children are much more vulnerable than adults. If a fetus is exposed to only 10 mSv in utero, his or her risk of getting cancer by age 15 doubles. So it's particularly dangerous when children or pregnant women consume radioactive food or water.

Reports indicate that the total radioactive releases in Fukushima have been relatively small so far. If this is the case, then the health effects will be correspondingly small. But it's not "safe" to release this much radiation. Some people will get cancer as a result. Most importantly, we don't know at this point how much more radiation there will be.

That's why the US government has said that people shouldn't be allowed within 50 miles of the plant.

If a comparable accident were to occur at the Indian Point nuclear reactors 24 miles north of New York City, 17 million people would need to evacuate. That's something to think about when we're told everything is OK at our nuclear plants.
www.straightgoods.ca/2011/ViewArticle.cfm?Ref=289

The release of radioactive materials raises the risk of cancer, especially for children, who are more vulnerable than adults, Ira Helfand, a member of Physicians for Social Responsibility, said at a news conference.
http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/04/26/2186689/nuclear-evacuation-zone-should.html


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