2011年06月13日

東京在住の子供の「甲状腺と腎臓」の機能に異常が発見された

☆緊急事態 喉、鼻、眼、皮膚、下痢、だるい等、異常の有無を周りの人と直ちに話して下さい(木下黄太ブログより)

http://blog.goo.ne.jp/nagaikenji20070927/e/be09a6be7e8bf1fa0c2e4d96f66faf07

http://www.asyura2.com/11/genpatu12/msg/667.html

まだ最終的な結果が出るまではと思い書くのをためらっていましたが、やはり今東京で起きている現実のひとつとして書かせて頂きます。

4月の半ばに娘の喉が腫れているのに気づき、先月念の為甲状腺機能の検査を受けさせました。正直大げさな親だと思われる事に若干の抵抗もありつつ、放射線の影響が心配なのでとはっきり先生にも伝え、エコー検査もお願いしました。その時の見解では腫れも酷くないし大丈夫じゃないかなぁ…的な先生からの言葉があり、少し安心していました。ところが一昨日私1人で検査結果を聞きに行った所、甲状腺機能に異常が発見されました。更に詳しい検査が必要な事と数値的に恐らくまだ全然初期段階な状態ですが、正直かなりショックで泣きながら家に帰りました。

そして、原発の翌日からかなり気をつけていた我が家ですらこの様な状況に陥った事に、尚更恐怖を感じました。今回私に多少なりの知識があった事で早めの対処が出来発見しましたが、甲状腺の異常は自覚症状がほとんどありません。だからこそ怖いのです。

検査して何もなければ安心料だと思って、血液検査とエコー検査を (血液検査だけでは発見されない事もあるので)ぜひ受けて頂きたいと思います。私と娘は甲状腺だけではなく腎臓の機能にも異常が出ました。それが何を意味するのかは、これから毎月検査を受ける事で明らかになっていくと思っています。

これは煽りでも何でもなく、検査結果として明らかになった事実なのです。


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01. 2011年6月13日 04:36:27: EGaQ73B5yp
低線量被曝の専門家J・マンガーノ氏らが、注目すべき記事を書いています。
   
http://www.counterpunch.org/sherman06102011.html
Weekend Edition
June 10 - 12, 2011

A 35% Spike in Infant Mortality in Northwest Cities Since Meltdown

Is the Dramatic Increase in Baby Deaths in the US a Result of Fukushima Fallout?

By JANETTE D. SHERMAN, MD
and JOSEPH MANGANO

U.S. babies are dying at an increased rate. While the United States spends billions on medical care, as of 2006, the US ranked 28th in the world in infant mortality, more than twice that of the lowest ranked countries. (DHHS, CDC, National Center for Health Statistics. Health United States 2010, Table 20, p. 131, February 2011.
(注:PDF)
http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/hus/hus10.pdf

The recent CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report indicates that eight cities in the northwest U.S. (Boise ID, Seattle WA, Portland OR, plus the northern California cities of Santa Cruz, Sacramento, San Francisco, San Jose, and Berkeley) reported the following data on deaths among those younger than one year of age:


4 weeks ending March 19, 2011 - 37 deaths (avg. 9.25 per week)
10 weeks ending May 28, 2011 - 125 deaths (avg.12.50 per week)

This amounts to an increase of 35% (the total for the entire U.S. rose about 2.3%), and is statistically significant. Of further significance is that those dates include the four weeks before and the ten weeks after the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster.

In 2001 the infant mortality was 6.834 per 1000 live births, increasing to 6.845 in 2007. All years from 2002 to 2007 were higher than the 2001 rate.

Spewing from the Fukushima reactor are radioactive isotopes including those of iodine (I-131), strontium (Sr-90) and cesium (Cs-134 and Cs-137) all of which are taken up in food and water. Iodine is concentrated in the thyroid, Sr-90 in bones and teeth and Cs-134 and Cs-137 in soft tissues, including the heart. The unborn and babies are more vulnerable because the cells are rapidly dividing and the delivered dose is proportionally larger than that delivered to an adult.

Data from Chernobyl, which exploded 25 years ago, clearly shows increased numbers of sick and weak newborns and increased numbers of deaths in the unborn and newborns, especially soon after the meltdown. These occurred in Europe as well as the former Soviet Union. Similar findings are also seen in wildlife living in areas with increased radioactive fallout levels.
(Chernobyl – Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment, Alexeiy V. Yablokov, Vasily B. Nesterenko, and Alexey V. Nesterenko. Consulting Editor: Janette D. Sherman-Nevinger. New York Academy of Sciences, 2009.



Levels of radioisotopes were measured in children who had died in the Minsk area that had received Chernobyl fallout. The cardiac findings were the same as those seen in test animals that had been administered Cs-137. Bandashevsky, Y. I, Pathology of Incorporated Ionizing Radiation, Belarus Technical University, Minsk. 136 pp., 1999. For his pioneering work, Prof. Bandashevsky was arrested in 2001 and imprisoned for five years of an eight year sentence.

The national low-weight (under 2500 grams, or 5.5 lbs) rate has risen 23% from 1984 to 2006. Nearly 400,000 infants are born under 2500g each year in the U.S. Most of the increase in infant mortality is due specifically to infants born weighing less than 750 grams (I lb 10 1/2 oz). Multiple births commonly result in underweight babies, but most of the increase in births at less than 750 grams occurred among singletons and among mothers 20-34 years of age. (CDC, National Vital Statistics Report, 52 (12): 1-24, 2005.)

From an obstetrical point of view, women in the age bracket 20 to 34 are those most physically able to deliver a healthy child. So what has gone wrong? Clues to causation are often revealed when there is a change in incidence, a suspicious geographical distribution, and/or an increase in hazards known to adversely affect health and development.

The risk of having a baby with birth defects is estimated at three to four of every 100 babies born. As of 2005, the Institute of medicine estimated the cost of pre-term births in the US at more than $2.6 billion, or $51,600 for each infant.

Low birth weight babies, born too soon and too small, face a lifetime of health problems, including cerebral palsy, and behavioral and learning problems placing an enormous physical, emotional and economic burdens on society as a whole and on those caring for them. Death of a young child is devastating to a family.

As of June 5, 2011, The Japan Times reported that radiation in the No. 1 plant was measured at 4,000 milliseverts per hour. To put that in perspective, a worker would receive a maximal “permissible” dose in 4 minutes. In addition there are over 40,000 tons of radioactive water under that reactor with more radioactivity escaping into the air and sea. Fuel rods are believed to have melted and sunk to the bottom of reactors 1, 2, and 3.
http://search.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/nn20110605a3.html

Tepco, the corporate owner took more than two months to confirm the meltdowns and admitted lying about the levels of destruction and subsequent contamination, resulting in “Public Distrust.” Over 100,000 tons of radioactive waste are on the site.
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2011-05-27/fukushima-faces-massive-problem-from-radioactive-water.html

Why should we care if there may be is a link between Fukushima and the death of children? Because we need to measure the actual levels of isotopes in the environment and in the bodies of people exposed to determine if the fallout is killing our most vulnerable. The research is not technically difficult – the political and economic barriers may be greater. Bandshevsky and others did it and confirmed the connection. The information is available in the Chernobyl book. (Previously cited.)

The biological findings of Chernobyl cannot be ignored: isotope incorporation will determine the future of all life on earth – animal, fish, bird, plant and human. It is crucial to know this information if we are to avoid further catastrophic damage.


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Janette D. Sherman, M. D. is the author of Life's Delicate Balance: Causes and Prevention of Breast Cancer and Chemical Exposure and Disease, and is a specialist in internal medicine and toxicology. She edited the book Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and Nature, written by A. V. Yablokov, V. B., Nesterenko and A. V. Nesterenko, published by the New York Academy of Sciences in 2009. Her primary interest is the prevention of illness through public education. She can be reached at: toxdoc.js@verizon.net and www.janettesherman.com

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Joseph Mangano is an epidemiologist, and Executive Director of the Radiation and Public Health Project research group.




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はじめまして。
こちらは東海アマさんのツイッターより、時々拝見させていただいてます。
あまり、インターネット環境が得意でないのでいつも「見るだけ」のひとになっていますが、今回のことは非常に心配ですね。
わたしも子どもが3人いまして、原発事故後さまざまな情報を探して、少しでも子どもたちが健康でいられるようにと試行錯誤をしています。
「血液検査とエコー検査」やってみようと思いますが、具体的にはどのような規模の病院でどうお願いすれば検査してもらえるのでしょうか?
子ども達3人とも花粉症なので多少の鼻血、調子悪さはそのせいか?と思ってきましたが6月に入っても、まだ鼻血がでたり疲れやすくて、急に寝ていたりするのはもしかしたら事故の影響かもしれません。
もしよろしければどのような病院で検査をされたのか、教えていただけると嬉しいです。
お体大事になさってください。
突然のコメント、失礼いたしました。
Posted by のび at 2011年06月13日 14:24
血液検査とエコー検査に関しては、地元の大きめの病院に電話で尋ねてみるのが早道と思います。
受付時間やおおよその費用など含めて。

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Posted by はなゆー at 2011年06月13日 17:42
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