Wednesday, June 6, 2012

#Radioactive Japan: Tokyo Women's Medical University Hospital Says They Are Not Doing Radiation-Related Test Or Treatment


Somebody took a picture of the notice supposedly at the entrance of the Tokyo Women's Medical University Hospital.


The yellow notice says:

To our patients,

Currently, we do not conduct the tests for radiation exposure or treat radiation exposure.

from Director of the Hospital


Independent journalist Hiroki Suzuki apparently spoke with the nurse at the reception counter of the hospital, who told him:

「被曝検査は行っていないと言うように指示されている。地元の保健所に相談してくださいとしか言えない。被曝検査は、いきなり来院されてもできない。被曝の問題は国との絡みもある…」

"We are instructed to say we don't do the tests for radiation exposure. All we can say is that people consult the local public health center. Tests for radiation exposure cannot be done without appointment. There's also an issue with the national government when it comes to radiation exposure..."


Since the first tweet on the subject, others have chimed in. The sign has been there, apparently, since right after March 11, 2011. The hospital is said to be famous for its treatment of thyroid illnesses. It could all be "baseless rumor", or it could all be true. (It's getting hard to believe that more than one year has passed since the nuclear accident.)

(H/T Hanayuu for the links)

9 comments:

ROBERT DENIRO said...

Hmm, why wouldn't they test? Is it because everyone is full of spent nuclear fuel rods "that would be as bad as spent mox btw"
hmmm japanese bq/kg must be a scary number.
cowards *cough*

itsfukncommunism said...

After 30% core melt there is ABSOLUTELY NO WAY TO STOP THE REACTION “unless you have meltable neutron poisons integrated into the fuel but, no one has instituted these, they exist though” , you can assume this will go to the final worst conclusion ie; fukushima 1 plant, 6 reactors 6 spent fuel pools and common spent fuel pool and dry casked fuel and possible nuclear weapons development plutonium pits and u235 tampers and shells and lithium deuteride etc on site all fissions/fusions “the fusion can happen if deuterides are around”
fukushima daini “fukushima #2 plant” 4 reactors 4 spent fuel pools and common spent fuel pool and dry casked fuel and possible nuclear weapons development plutonium pits and u235 tampers and shells and lithium deuteride etc on site all fissions/fusions. It’s easy to infer this once the site is “prohibitively hot” which it is now, hence no babysitting.
I would like to stress the hunt should be on for PICTURES/INTEL ON DAINII, ONAGAWA, TOKAI, FUKUSHIMA DAICHI REACTORS 5/6 AND POSSIBLE OTHERS, I BELIEVE THERE IS A REASON FOR THEIR NON EXISTENCE, I SUGGEST EVERYONE WORK TO RECTIFY THIS THEN HAVE ENENEWS POST/ HEADLINE ANY CURRENT INTEL ON THOSE LISTED ABOVE. PICTURES WILL DO AS INTEL AS WE HAVE SEEN HOW VISUALLY DESTRUCTIVE UNCONTROLLED NUCLEAR FUEL CAN BE.
Yellow/brown/green smoke is burning nuclear fuel, for reference
fresh fuel “non mox” burning/etc=bad but still deadly, no cesium/strontium/other fission made products
fresh fuel “mox” burning/etc =very bad+has plutonium and bomb grade u235 no cesium/strontium/other fission made products
spent fuel “non mox” burning/etc = EXTREMELY BAD+lots of plutonium bomb grade uranium 235 and 2000 other fission or so made products.
spent fuel “mox” burning/etc = EXTREMELY BAD+lots of plutonium bomb grade uranium 235 and 2000 or so other fission made products.
You could quite safely generalize and be correct that all the fuel here and there/everywhere is in the EXTREMELY BAD category and be upwards of 99% correct and by nucleide content it would also be safe to just call it all spent/used mox “the worst” hope I made it clear. Just one spent fuel pool of extremely bad can wipe out Japan very easily, should the wind be not so “favorable” which it was when 3 blew for the most part, this is happening, this will go to it’s final conclusion “all fuel fissions” http://preparator.wordpress.com/2011/05/02/japan-tsunami-reactor-gallery/

Anonymous said...

Probably just a way for them to downplay the threat of radiation exposure in Tokyo.

Women, especially those of child-bearing age, should be concerned about eliminating any radioactive pollutants from within their bodies through the use of cleansing supplements. Also, some doctors in Japan have discovered that high doses of Vitamin C (a strong anti-oxidant) can protect the body from cellular and DNA damage.

Greyhawk said...

This is not new. This story ran last year but it is the first time I've seen someone admit there are issues with the federal government when it comes to exposure to radiation.

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Anonymous said...

Check out mayoclinic. com for symptoms of thyroid cancer. These include (from that site):

- a lump that can be felt through the skin on your neck

- changes to your voice, including increasing hoarseness

- difficulty swallowing

- pain in your neck and throat

- swollen lymph nodes in your neck

Anyone with SOME of these symptoms, who goes to see a regular doctor, has a reasonable case for a referral to a hospital for a thyroid cancer check.

If you only have a fear and a history of exposure the same as everyone else in Higashi Kanto, it will be more difficult to get tested. However, if your doctor believes you also have some of these symptoms, your chances of getting referred to additional testing will be higher.

Anonymous said...

Hi From Australia, it is really shocking what is happening to the people of Japan.
the Japanese government has abandoned it civilian population, you need to look after yourselves anyway you can now take charge and try to keep informed take action

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