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High cancer risk in US naval personnel serving in nuclear powered ships via Cancer Investigation

By Christopher Busby Abstract The USA Defence Threat Reduction Agency provided data in 2014 on the health status, including cancer, of the 4,843 sailors on the nuclear-powered United States Ship (USS) Ronald Reagan over the 2.55-year period from May 12th 2011 to … Continue reading

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US sailors who ‘fell sick from Fukushima radiation’ allowed to sue Japan, nuclear plant operator via The Telegraph

The 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco ruled on Thursday that the 318 sailors who have so far joined the $1 billion (£787 million) class action lawsuit do not need to file their case in Japan. Most … Continue reading

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Japan’s government should stay out of U.S. sailors’ lawsuit against Tepco via The Japan Times

Dear Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Let me first acknowledge that after four long years of silence, the Japanese government has finally taken a position regarding the lawsuit filed against Tokyo Electric Power Co. in the U.S. by more than 450 … Continue reading

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Tearful Koizumi backs U.S. vets suing over 2011 nuclear disaster via The Asahi Shimbun

CARLSBAD, California–Former Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi broke down in tears as he made an emotional plea of support for U.S. Navy sailors beset by health problems they claim resulted from radioactive fallout after the 2011 nuclear disaster. More than 400 … Continue reading

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16 US ships that aided in Operation Tomodachi still contaminated with radiation via The Stars and Stripes

CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa — Sixteen U.S. ships that participated in relief efforts after Japan’s nuclear disaster five years ago remain contaminated with low levels of radiation from the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant, top Navy officials told Stars and … Continue reading

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Sailors Sickened in Japan Radiation Leak Meet Former Prime Minister via 7 San Diego

Former Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi spent three days in San Diego hearing from sick U.S. Navy sailors. Many of them served on USS Ronald Reagan. The sailors participated in Operation Tomodachi five years ago, providing aid to Japan after … Continue reading

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Total blackout of Fukushima truth by U.S. media; sailors suffer and die while denial continues via Natural News

(NaturalNews) Nearly four years after a major tsunami created the massive tidal wave that destroyed much of Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power complex in the northern part of the country, spewing radioactive waste into the air and surrounding Pacific Ocean, the … Continue reading

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Nuclear-powered carrier USS Ronald Reagan arrives in Japan via The Philippine Star

YOKOSUKA — The American nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan docked at its new home in Japan’s Yokosuka naval port yesterday just as Tokyo tries to deepen defense ties with the US under new security laws that expand the role … Continue reading

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Third US Navy sailor dies after being exposed to Fukushima radiation via Natural News

At least three of the U.S. Navy sailors exposed to radiation from the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan have now died from mysterious illnesses, according to Charles Bonner, an attorney representing approximately 250 of the sailors in a class … Continue reading

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Fukushima fallout: What’s next for sailors who were exposed? via KOMO News

Hundreds of sailors and Marines, some from right here in the Northwest, are in the fight of their lives, battling a baffling mix of diseases they say came from radiation exposure. And it all started with a mission of mercy … Continue reading

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