Fukushima: Healthy worker develops acute Lukemia in one week

Tokyo Electric Power Co. said Tuesday that a man in his 40s who had worked to help contain the radiation crisis at the firm’s crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant has died of acute leukemia.

The man worked at the Fukushima plant for seven days from early August. His jobs included radiation exposure management, the officials said.

A medical checkup prior to his work at the plant showed no problems in his health.

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