Fukushima: Big Pharma hopes to cash-in on globally weakened immune systems

According to the data of the National Institute of Infectious Diseases in Japan, the count of variety of the diseases is spiking up this year compared to last 9 years.

But, this is not surprising. Fukushima’s deadly radiation promises to weaken immune systems internationally. That will be good for Big Pharma interest in making commercial profits from the spread of weakening immune systems internationally.

Radiation Damages Immune Cell Production

A good example of what radiation does is shown in the treatment of cancer. Cells of the immune system and red blood cells are produced in the bone marrow. These are bone marrow stem cells. Cell division and proliferation goes on rapidly in the bone marrow.

Cancer cells are also in a state of rapid cell division, almost continuously. Therapies that are focused on eliminating cells with rapid cell division make sense. However, cells in the bone marrow are also eliminated (collateral damage) along with cancer cells since they are also rapidly dividing cells.

“Because there is a tremendous amount of cell division going on in the bone marrow – more than almost any other place in the body – the bone marrow is particularly sensitive to drugs, chemicals, and radiation used to treat cancer cells...

High doses of radiation kill mature white cells circulating in the blood, as well as the bone marrow stem cells and the intermediate stages of blood cells developing in the marrow. ” Dr. William Clark

Radiation, Free Radical Damage, Damaged Cytokines and Immune Function

Dr. Jesse Stoff says that x-ray ionizing radiation directly affects the immune system. He states, “Free radicals [from radiation] can bind to and destroy cytokines.”

He further adds, for example, that in one flight cross-country (4hours) on a commercial airline (at 35,000-40,000 feet), you’ll receive about the same amount of radiation as if you’d had a chest x-ray. (This is also supported by Alice Stewart, well known epidemiologist.)

It attacks DNA and “behind this energy particle is left a trail of free radicals that destroy receptor sites and cytokines directly.” Note: Cytokines are communication molecules of the immune system. The immune system doesn’t function well, if at all, without their activity.

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