This video from the USA says about itself:
“What became clear in the Diet Fukushima Investigation Committee”
HD, 16 min 25 sec, in English
Hisako SAKIYAMA, M.D.
Member of Fukushima Nuclear Accident Independent Commission Risk Assessment of Low Dose Radiation in Japan
Former Senior Researcher in National Institute Radiological Science
“Experts call for immediate action to protect the right to health of women, children and others affected by the nuclear accident in Fukushima.”
March 13, Wednesday, 10:30AM to Noon, at the UN Church Center, NYC
WHAT: Since the March 2011 nuclear disaster in Fukushima, individuals and communities in Japan continue to be exposed to dangerous levels of radioactivity. There are serious concerns about consequent health effects for pregnant women, mothers, children and others in contaminated areas. Residents have a right to live in a safe and healthy environment, however, sufficient protective measures and support are not being provided. The right to access medical treatment and the medical data about one’s own body are being seriously denied.
A human rights expert from Japan, a medical doctor from Japan, and a medical doctor from the U.S. will speak about how the lives and health of local women, children and others in the Fukushima area are being affected after the disaster and what should be done to provide immediate relief. The actions called for in the December 15, 2012 Human Rights Now “Civil Society Statement” to immediately implement the recent recommendations by the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to health will be highlighted.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Japan: Fukushima cancer kid missing from official files
Saturday 1st April 2015
A CHILD who was diagnosed with thyroid cancer after a meltdown at Japan’s Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant is missing from government check-up data, medical workers warned yesterday.
Government officials claim that no-one younger than five got the cancer after the nuclear meltdown.
Dr Hisako Sakiyama, a fund representative, said that the missing record was alarming.
The boy, now 10, is receiving treatment at Fukushima Medical University, so she said it was inconceivable the university — which compiled the list — was unaware of the case.