Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network (Citizens for Health) - Citizen Petition
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Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network Citizens for Health Citizen Petition
Appendix 1 Public Summary and Executive Summary Health Risks from Exposure to Low Levels of Ionizing Radiation
Appendix 2 Neville et al Pacific Albacore Carry Barely Detectable Fingerprints of Fukushima Disaster
Appendix 3 FDA Supporting Document for Guidance Levels for Radionuclides in Domestic and Imported Foods Docket No 2003D 0558
Appendix 4 J Lochard et al International Commission on Radiological Protection Application of the Commission Recommendations to...
Appendix 5 Mochizuk 10 million Bq of Cesium134 137 is Still Released Every Single Hour From Reactor1 2 and 3 Fukushima Diary
Appendix 6 Japan Today via News On Japan Record High Radiation Found in Fish Caught Near Fukushima Plant
Appendix 9 Result of the Process of Bioaccumulation and Biotransfer by which Tissue Concentrations of Chemicals in Organisms at...
Appendix 14 The Biological Sequestering of a Substance at a Higher Concentration than that at Which it Occurs in the Surrounding...
Appendix 15 Tokyo Electric Power Company The Estimated Amount of Radioactive Materials Released into the Air and the Ocean Caused...
Appendix 16 Tuna Caught Near California Still Have Traces of Fukushima Radiation
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Date Posted: Mar 26, 2013
Country: United States
Submitter's Representative: (Citizens for Health)
Category: Private Industry - C0003
Our imported foods musy be inspected. All foods need to be tested for levels of radiation. There is no safe level of radiation.
Do what is right for the People!!
Please immediately protect the American people and the animals and people of the world by monitoring and reporting with the highest integrity the dangerous...
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