Buffzone, should we do it?

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Is a bufferzone a good option?

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    Japan TV host diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia — Had been eating Fukushima produce on show

    Published: November 7th, 2011 at 9:00 am ET
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    #Radiation in Japan: Small News and Baseless Rumors, EX-SKF, November 6, 2011:

    Norikazu Otsuka

    “A 63-year-old TV newscaster has been diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia and is now hospitalized, getting ready for chemo. He felt a strange lump in his neck on October 28, he says. (Various news sources including: Zakzak 11/7/2011, Yomiuri Shinbun 11/6/2011)

    “In his morning program on Fuji TV he’s been promoting Fukushima produce by eating them in the show. He also happened to be in Fukushima in March 15. Just a coincidence. Never mind that ALL is predominant in small children, and an adult case is one in 100,000 annually in Japan.”

    See also: Tweet: Hospital worker leaks information about recent increase in acute leukemia -- Tokyo area?
    Japan TV host diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia — Had been eating Fukushima produce on show
    Tweet: Hospital worker leaks information about recent increase in acute leukemia — Tokyo area?
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    thyroid lumps is normal for children............not a horrible thing as you think

    Also i dont think an Indian can say anything about the health of japanese children!!

    your country is enjoy a far far far....................higher children death rate in Japan
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    :cheesy:

    Thyroid lumps normal!!! Show me one peer reviewed medical journal that proves this.....
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    FAKE NEWs

    his cancer is no any link with fukushima
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    In his morning program on Fuji TV he’s been promoting Fukushima produce by eating them in the show. He also happened to be in Fukushima in March 15.

    Close your eyes and sing oo bhaiyya all is well.
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    You don't have eyes?

    in you article

    "The prefecture explained that lumps can be found in healthy children, so no special measures are needed"
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    He was not in Fukushima on March 15....

    Poor indian please stop reading SF novel....


    Close your eyes and enjoy your clear water in india:bounce:
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    and check the percentile level.If 36% or 45% is normal according to you ,I don't know what to say.

    and here's what nuclear engineer Gundersen has to say:

    Gundersen: They tested 3,000 kids and more than a thousand came up with not tumors, they called them lumps [...]

    Caldicott: [...] To find thyroid bumps in children is extremely, extremely rare… I’ve seen only one in my [pediatric] medical practice [...]

    Gundersen: [...] The only thing they’re doing right now is just monitoring it [...] To see 1/3 of kids test positive for lumps in their thyroid, and we’re only 10 months into the accident here, that forebodes some real thyroid issues in the future.

    Gundersen: 1/3 of Fukushima kids tested positive for lumps on thyroid — Forebodes some real issues in future — We’re only 10 months into the accident here (AUDIO)

    Such denial ...Its a shame.
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    3/15/2011 He was in Ishinomaki,not fukushima
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    Nakate: Big change in number of child deaths in Fukushima due to illnesses after July 2011 — Death from cardiovascular disease doubled — Cancer and leukemia also increased


    Source of data: http://www.e-stat.go.jp/SG1/estat/NewList.do?tid=000001028897

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    Nakate: Big change in number of child deaths in Fukushima due to illnesses after July 2011 — Death from cardiovascular disease doubled — Cancer and leukemia also increased
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    http://www.pref.fukushima.jp/imu/kenkoukanri/240125shiryou.pdf

    you dont know the so-call 36% is only small than 5mm and only 0.7% is bigger than 5mm?



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    from 17 children to 27 children??????????????????????????so big change-in-number!!!

    and how many children died every day in your great country?
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    I am no expert in the region. But if I may poke my nose a little, where it does not belong, I would avoid crossing the border without full NATO participation, but do whatever is possible from within the border.

    The post quoted above sounds like sensible suggestions. Bringing down Assad using FSA is the best option. FSA needs to be better organized and coordinated arranged by NATO, Turkey and GCC. Currently this is biggest challenge. Once this is achieved then heavier arms should flow into secure hands and the Jihadists should be used in the front lines, since they are eager to achieve martyrdom anyways.

    Turkey should take an active role to make the above happen, because of its stake in the Kurdish problem, so PYD does not go out of hand in a new Syria and the Sunni led new Syrian regime stays in good friendly terms with Turkey.
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