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Event for the protection of children, CRMS cooperation, NPO, civil society: November 23rd 2013:


Saturday 10:00 to 16:00; Experiences and Meeting with families who live in neighboring prefectures and at Fukushima Prefecture and physicians.

Open Day for Everyone at the Civil Fukushima Measuring Institute CRMS:



Handbook, Internal Emitters (official): http://www.pref.fukushima.jp/imu/wbc/kengai-chirasi-h25.11.pdf

Full results of thyroid Inspection http://kenkousoudankai.blog.fc2.com/

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“Children’s Health Consultation” September 22nd 2012 “Pediatricians nationwide network to protect children from radioactivity


Register! http://form1.fc2.com/form/?id=665271

CRMS FUKUSHIMA IS JAPAN’S HOPE! Measure your food! Measure your Children!

Real Voices from Medical Doctors 【3】
Fukushima Childrens’ Thyroid Abnormality is historically abnormal.
Far worse than Chelnobyl, Nagasaki, Hiroshima, TMI.
Dr.Michiyuki Matsuzaki, Dr., MD at Fukagawa Hospital.


(Abnormality in Thyroid, posession of Nodules)
1 Fukushima 福島県0~18 才児(平均年齢10 才) あり35%
2 Nagasaki長崎県7~14 才児なし0.8%
3 USA米国等10 才児なし0.5~1%
4 Chernobylチェルノブイリ原発周辺18 才未満児あり0.5%Extremely high risk in Leukemia and circulatory lung deseases are also pointed out.Japan Gov. will start abnormality ratio comparison with other area to verify this situation is normal or not. Just crazy.If the ratio is on a level with Fukushima, the “other area” is also heavily contaminated. That’s it.


Children’s thyroid cancer is (was) an extremely uncommon “disease” (mutation). It’s world spontaneous rate doesn’t exceed 1 – 2 cases per 1 million: http://tekknorg.wordpress.com/2012/03/04/japanese-children-cancer-outlook-children-need-absolutely-clean-food/

There are NO SAFETY LIMITS with external and internal radiation exposure!
That is a LIE !
These safety limits only define how high of a percentage they allow on human collateral damage !!


And THAT is the truth !!!!

The only way to measure your children: WBCと食品検査 -何が同じ?どこが違う? http://www.crms-jpn.com/art/200.html


What doctors say:

#1 http://www.japantimes.co.jp/text/nn20120831a6.html

#2 http://fukushima-diary.com/2011/11/slow-death/

#3 http://tekknorg.wordpress.com/2012/06/03/fukushima-medical-unversity-accelerating-children-death/


1984, New Scientist: Internal studies of the DOE Department of Energy: Workers of twelve different nuclear plants. Nine of the studies found up to 50% higher leukemia rates, above average: lung cancer, lymphoma, brain cancer, malignant tumors of the digestive organs. Common diseases of the respiratory system were more frequent. 2,529 workers were examined in plants of the DOE. All workers had received more than 50 mSv per year. The cancer rate was three times higher: http://books.google.de/books?id=YIAzHckpZswC&pg=PA3&lpg=PA3#v=onepage&q&f=false

with kind regards,
Jan Hemmer

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My footage from Correction of History: Forum on Radioprotection May 12 – 13 Geneva by independent WHO.org

Chris Busby on Radiation and Civil Society. Abstracts here: page 27: http://independentwho.org/media/Documents_IW/Forum_Radioprotection_English_Abstracts_IW_2012.pdf Dr. Christopher Busby (United Kingdom), British scientist, chemist and physicist specializing in adverse health effects of very low doses of ionizing radiation.

“In the 1990s in Britain and Europe there began to be increasing difficulty in obtaining official cancer incidence and mortality data for small areas. This followed and was probably related to the discovery by a TV company of a child leukaemia cluster near the Sellafield nuclear reprocessing plant, a discovery which began the investigation of the link between nuclear power and childhood cancer. In parallel, in the UK, and following an enquiry into the
Sellafield child leukemias in 1983 epidemiology began to focus on small area cancer statistics. In the UK a new agency was funded, the Small Area Health Statistics Unit, and Bayesian smoothing methods were developed to mathematically dismiss small area cancer clusters as being due to chance alone.

By the late 1990s all cancer registries in Europe had agreed to refuse to release small area data on the grounds of confidentiality, and so no independent epidemiological investigation of cancer rates near industrial or nuclear sites was possible. In order to get round this problem a method was developed employing data obtained directly from the public through interview and questionnaire, a similar approach to that historically used in third world countries or post-conflict situations where official registers are missing. Households in the study area are interviewed and fill out a questionnaire giving details of the sex and age of all residents in the house. The number of
cancers (or other illnesses) in the previous 10 years are also reported. This enables a Relative Risk and other statistics to be generated based on control populations. The method was piloted in Carlingford, Ireland in 2000, where it confirmed discoveries made in Wales of a sea coast effect on cancer.

It was next employed in Burnham on Sea downwind of the Hinkley Point nuclear power station where it confirmed results obtained in a separate mortality study of a doubling of breast cancer risk in the town and later employed in Wales by the HTV Company to look at cancer in Llan Ffestiniog downwind from the Trawsfynydd nuclear plant. Again high rates of breast cancer were found and a TV documentary was made. Most recently it was used in Fallujah, Iraq and reported in a scientific paper which has received considerable media attention.”

Jan Hemmer

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My footage from Correction of History: Forum on Radioprotection May 12 – 13 Geneva by independent WHO.org

CRMS measurement devices (ATOMTEX) http://crms-setagaya.jimdo.com/ http://crms-setagaya.jimdo.com/%E6%B8%AC%E5%AE%9A%E7%94%B3%E8%BE%BC%E6%9B%B8-pdf/ http://imeasure.cocolog-nifty.com/isotope/2011/09/atomtex-at1320a.html AND: http://utukushima.exblog.jp/i18/

Aya Marumori and Wataru Iwata (Japan) of the Japanese independent laboratory CRMS. Source: http://independentwho.org/media/Documents_IW/Forum_Radioprotection_English_Abstracts_IW_2012.pdf page 24

“Our government had not informed the risk, and the exact situation of Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant catastrophe. A lot of residents have been exposed without any warning since the beginning. Furthermore, it has been announcing “No effect on health from such a low dose, and no need to evacuate.” Our children have been and are forced to live in the contamination without any protection from exposure. They say “The problem is the stress to be afraid because of the illiteracy on the radioactivity,” which means the radiation doesn’t harm, but the Radiophobia will harm to the health is more dangerous. We couldn’t have been expressing
out loudly our concerns and anxiety…”

It is necessary for everyone to protect oneself from radioactivity and the one of the best way is to evacuate, but not everyone choose to do so. For the residents who chose or will choose to stay, need to make an effort on minimizing their exposure. Our action, measuring radioactivity by citizen, have begun from May last year. We have been measuring air dose, food and body. Also we have been holding “Child Health Consultation Meeting” with the cooperation of the Pediatricians from the outside of the prefecture, and distributing the notebooks called “Life Record Book” for parents to be able to estimate the personal exposure
dose. We have developed the system of measurements, understand the results, and then to make a decision by ourselves.

We cannot wait our children and babies to have a cancer and diseases from its risk. To those who promote nuclear power will not be able to protect the health of our children. In order to protect the children from low dose exposure, we are preparing the network of physicians, pediatricians and citizens who are independent from the benefit of nuclear power. The risk and benefit can never be optimized for all of our children and the future.”

More about CRMS: Donate for independent radiation measurements in Japan! CRMS / Project 47

and CRMS Fukushima Videos ワークショップの 動画 放射能

WHO and IAEA: 1959年のWHO-IAEA協定文書の翻訳 http://www.crms-jpn.com/art/112.html


CRMS JAPAN Whole Body Counter: http://www.crms-jpn.com/art/200.html

NEWS: CRMS Whole Body Counter Measurement times for June, now on the Website: http://www.crms-jpn.com/

Jan Hemmer

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My footage from Correction of History: Forum on Radioprotection May 12 – 13 Geneva by independent WHO.org

without japanese translation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sjdl5i1N62E

Youri Bandazhevsky (Belarus), anatomical pathologist, President of the Center for Analysis and Coordination “Ecology and Health”. From the syndrome of chronic incorporation of long lived radionuclides (SLIR)
to the creation of programmes and radioprotection policies for populations: Example of an integrated model. Source: http://independentwho.org/media/Documents_IW/Forum_Radioprotection_English_Abstracts_IW_2012.pdf page 22 + 23

“We are concerned specifically with the syndrome of long-lived incorporated radionuclides (SLIR) because when caesium 137 enters the human body, it is incorporated into several vital organs and systems simultaneously. The consequence of this process is the inhibition of the cellular energy cycle, which causes metabolic disorders in the human body. Lowering the level of energy carriers leads to destructive changes and insufficient, restorative processes at the cellular and intracellular level. Research conducted at the Gomel State Medical Institute (1990-1999) showed that symptoms of the syndrome of long-lived radionuclides appeared in
children when the concentration of Cs-137 in the body reached a level of 50 Bq / kg and above.
The most easily demonstrable problems, in terms of ability to function, arise in the cardiovascular, urinary, endocrine, reproductive, digestive, immune systems, and in the sight organs. Since pathological changes in these organs and systems occur at the same time, the condition is difficult to diagnose. For a correct diagnosis, a radiometric examination to determine the concentration of Cs-137 in the body, and a clinical examination in the laboratory of vital organs, need to be undertaken. In assessing the impact of radioactive caesium in the human body, we must take into consideration its ability to induce phenotypic alterations in the genetic apparatus, which, in our opinion, is at the root of these serious diseases. Official medicine does not recognise the syndrome of long-lived incorporated radionuclides as a manifestation of the impact of radioactive caesium affecting the entire organism, and consequently the medical assistance given to people, living in the areas contaminated by radioactive elements, is less effective.

The concept of the syndrome of incorporated radioactive elements forms the basis of the project submitted to the international community by the centre for coordination and analysis “Ecology and Health” under the title: “An integrated model of life in a radiocontaminated zone”. The project aims to create a system of effective measures to protect the population that continues to live in areas contaminated by radioactive substances. Even relatively small amounts of radioactive caesium incorporated into the body are recognized as harmful to human health. Bearing this in mind, the project provides a set of measures to prevent the entry of radioactive elements into the body. The project is being implemented in the Ivankov district of Kiev in Ukraine, located in the immediate vicinity of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant. It includes:

1. Regular radiometric control of the population and of food products. The
identification of risk groups – groups of people who have radioactive
substances in the body;
2. The evaluation of key factors in the metabolism and in the state of the vital
organs of the children and adults in the risk group;

3. Provision of the necessary medical and preventive care for the population. To
do this, a specialist clinic with modern diagnostic technology needs to be set
up in the Ivankov district;

4. Individual correction of metabolic imbalance, caused by the prolonged
presence of Cs-137 in the body, through a planned diet;

5. Organization of uncontaminated food production (not containing radioactive
substances) for people with serious metabolic alterations resulting from
prolonged exposure to incorporated radioactive substances.

6. An important part of the project consists of informing the public about
collective and individual health protection measures that are necessary when
you live in an area contaminated by radioactive elements.

MORE INFO: 専門家 ユーリー・バンダジェフスキー 日本 Belarusian Chernobyl and Children expert Yury Bandazhevsky in JAPAN

Jan Hemmer

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