This video says about itself:
9 October 2015
Since the meltdown in March 2011, annual thyroid cancer rates in Fukushima Prefecture have been 20 to 50 times the national level, said a team led by professor of environmental epidemiology at Okayama University Toshihide Tsuda.
The findings were based on screenings of around 370,000 Fukushima residents aged 18 or younger at the time of the accident. The study said the increase “is unlikely to be explained by a screening surge.” The researchers point to radiation exposure as a possible factor in the increase in thyroid cancer cases.
The Fukushima Prefecture Government identified 104 thyroid cancer cases as of late August.
An area extending about 20 kilometers from the nuclear plant has been declared an exclusion zone.
FUKUSHIMA — Ten more people were diagnosed with thyroid cancer as of late September this year in the second round of a health survey of Fukushima Prefecture residents, which began in April 2014, a committee overseeing the survey disclosed on Dec. 27: here.
A maverick former Japanese prime minister goes antinuclear — The New York Times: here.