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Is Fibro A Form Of Radiation Sickness?

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"The amount of research into and public knowledge about internal exposure to radiation is still limited because the United States "concealed" information about the problem for a long time after it dropped the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, Hida says.

A native of Hiroshima, he was serving as an army doctor there when he was exposed to radiation from the atomic bomb. He has since treated more than 6,000 survivors and worked as a director of the counseling center at the Japan Confederation of A- and H-Bomb Sufferers Organizations.

Once radiation gets into the human body, it leads to long-term exposure to low-dose radiation, he says. That could pose a greater risk to human health, such as developing cancer and damaging the immune system, than short-term exposure to a higher level of radiation."


If fibro conditions are a result of eating fallout, it would seem logical that pulling toxins out of the body would help the condition.

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NOAA Scientist: Experiment Suggests Worst of Fukushima “still on the way”





"It’s been over a year since natural disaster ravaged a nuclear plant in Fukushima and interrupted the lives of millions of Japanese. Scientists now fear though that contaminated water is on course to America, and it could be more toxic than thought.


Researchers have released the findings of an intense study into the aftermath of last year’s Fukushima nuclear disaster and warn that the United States isn’t exactly spared just yet. In fact, scientists now fear that incredibly contaminated ocean waters could be reaching the West Coast of the US in a matter of only five years, and the toxicity of those waves could eventually be worse than what was seen in Japan."

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"It should be noted that even now the terminology Vegetative-Vascular Dystonia is commonly used in the countries of the former USSR. This diagnosis refers to etiologically heterogeneous abnormalities of the diencephalic-limbic-reticular complex, which manifest with lability of heart rate and blood pressure, diaphoresis, headache, chest pain, back pain, pain in limbs, vertigo, fatigue, weakness, irritability, affective lability, anxiety, memory and concentration deterioration, sleep disorders, and meteotropia. Vegetative-Vascular Dystonia was the first typical diagnosis seen among Chernobyl accident survivors (6)."




This is with low levels and no obvious signs of radiation sickness.

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