Yes, about 33% of the population, as is normal. But no cancer cases will appear as a result of the Fukushima nuclear power plants.As regards Fokushima we will know in 25 years how many more cancer cases will appear.
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#41 Mar 15, 2012
#42 Mar 15, 2012
Actually, this is Japan. I think they have somewhat lower age-adjusted cancer mortality compared to the rest of the industrialized world.
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