Fukushima: Japanese produce linked to newscaster's cancer
A Japanese newscaster who usually reports the news, has now made the news in Japan.
Norikazu Otsuka, a Japanese TV newscaster, has been diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia and is now hospitalized, getting ready for chemo. He felt a strange lump in his neck on October 28, he says. -- Various news sources including: Zakzak 11/7/2011, Yomiuri Shinbun 11/6/2011 have also filed reports.
“In his morning program on Fuji TV he’s been promoting Fukushima produce by eating them in the show. He also happened to be in Fukushima in March 15. Just a coincidence? Never mind that ALL is predominant in small children, and an adult case is one in 100,000 annually in Japan.”
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