Jeff Patterson

Physicians for Social Responsibility

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The government of Japan has declared that tap water in Tokyo is now contaminated with radioactive iodine and that it should not be fed to infants. Dr.

Radioactive Iodine in Tokyo Tap Water

The government of Japan has declared that tap water in Tokyo is now contaminated with radioactive iodine and that it should not be fed to infants. Dr.

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