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Fish and Mammals Found Contaminated with Tumors and Lesions

Fish and Mammals Found Contaminated with Tumors and Lesions | Cancer - Advances, Knowledge, Integrative & Holistic Treatments | Scoop.it
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Evidence of tumor growth and diseased tissue has been found in fish and other species from the sea and river estuaries. This report shows many photographs of salmon the mouth of the Hydaburg River, Alaska with strange growths, fish from Nigliq Channel and upstream from Nigliq Channel to the Colville River, Alaska with bloody lesions and tumors on them, and many other fish showing classic signs of radiation-caused cancerous tumors.

There is no way to tell exactly where in the Pacific Ocean these fish have been. One thing is for certain: they're ALL from the Pacific Ocean.

If the strange lesions and cancerous tumors were only affecting Salmon, one might theorize that a particular disease had struck a particular species. That's not the case. Fresh water Pike  are also being caught with grotesque cancerous tumors protruding outside their bodies. Tumors are also affecting other species of fish like the Canadian Whitefish. Vancouver Island area Herring are also being found to be bleeding from their gills, eyes, mouths and bellies.

Researchers in Australia noticed a large tumor protruding from the mouth of a great white shark, as well as another mass on the head of a bronze whaler shark. The great white's tumor measured 1 foot (30 centimeters) long and 1 foot wide, according to a study describing the tumors published online in November in the Journal of Fish Diseases. Yet sharks have not been known to get cancer.

Mammals as well as fish are being affected, including various types of Seals, Walruses and even Polar Bears. They have been found suffering from bloody lesions, some are suffering external tumors and others are losing their fur - hair loss is one of the first signs of radiation poisoning, even in humans.

We all need to consider this situation and what it means to ourselves in terms of food and lifestyle choices. There are many possibilities to the likely cause. The most obvious being the Fukushima incident pouring radioactive waste into the ocean. It is expected that Governments and officials will deny any possibility. The bottom line is that something is in the oceans that is causing the fish and mammals to become ill. If we eat those diseased fish it is possible that it could increase our risk of becoming ill.

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US Sailors Claim Cancer From Helping at Fukushima

US Sailors Claim Cancer From Helping at Fukushima | Cancer - Advances, Knowledge, Integrative & Holistic Treatments | Scoop.it
More US sailors who served aboard aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan during relief efforts for the Japan earthquake and Tsunami intend to join a lawsuit in which dozens claimed that they were befallen with severe illness.
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Navy sailors who served aboard the USS Ronald Reagan that responded to the tsunami that struck Japan in March 2011, and sister ship the USS Essex, now trace illnesses including thyroid and testicular cancers, leukemia and brain tumors to the time spent aboard the massive ship, whose desalination system pulled in seawater that was used for drinking, cooking and bathing.

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Fukushima's Radiation Victims – Despite Cancer Rates of Four Times the World Average, Authorities Refuse to Publish Details

Fukushima's Radiation Victims – Despite Cancer Rates of Four Times the World Average, Authorities Refuse to Publish Details | Cancer - Advances, Knowledge, Integrative & Holistic Treatments | Scoop.it
The residents of the evacuated Japanese town of Namie near the crippled nuclear plant in Fukushima were contaminated with radiation. They have now taken the responsibility for their health into their own hands.
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At the time of the Fukushima nuclear plant incident in Japan, inhabitants of Namie, located nine kilometres (5.6 miles) north of the nuclear plant, were ordered to leave their homes.

In his medical practice in the city of Nihonmatsu, where around 230 relocated families from Namie are situated in a settlement, Dr. Shunji Sekine has been examining the thyroid glands of Namie citizens on a daily basis ever since the nuclear incident three years ago. He sees a direct connection between the nuclear accident and the unusually high occurrence of cancer.

According to official figures, 33 cancer cases have been identified in about a quarter of a million children and teenagers since the beginning of February. This translates into 13 cases for every 100,000 inhabitants, a figure almost four times higher than the world average for all age groups.

Despite these facts, the government of Fukushima refuses to publish any relevant details about the prevalence of cancer, and Japan’s top thyroid expert and health advisor to the prefectural government plays down the issue.

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