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*Updated w/ Video* Study Authors: Now 20,000 excess U.S. deaths after Fukushima, not 14,000? Follow up article looking at age groups, cities

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UPDATE: Video finally available below

SOURCE: Nuclear Hotseat podcast
DATE: Jan. 12, 2012

Interview w/Dr. Janette Sherman and Joseph Mangano, co-authors of the medical journal article on 14,000 excess U.S. deaths following Fukushima.

Transcript Summary at 31:30 in

Mangano:

  • Follow up journal article looking at additional deaths
  • 14,000 may be closer to 20,000 excess deaths
  • Looking at age groups, different cities

Sherman:

  • At Chernobyl, entire biological sphere has been affected

Download the program here: http://lhalevy.audioacrobat.com/deluge/NuclearHotseat-31_1-12-12.mp3

The study has been in the news quite a bit lately. A few nights ago, it was discussed by Dr. John Apsley for over 30 minutes on the U.S.’s number one late night radio program Coast to Coast AM: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhSCuCtqhYY

Apsley and nuclear engineer Arnold Gundersen appeared on a radio program together in July. Listen here: http://media.blubrry.com/rayedio/p/radio.rumormillnews.com/podcast/samples/2011/20110718-arniegundersen-johnapsley0.mp3

More Nuclear Hotseat programs here

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