Chernobyl, WHO and Utteridge's mice: Is there a connection?

Part I

A new UN study that is defined as "the most authoritive study to date of the effects of the explosions that ripped apart Chernobyl reactor number 4 on 26 april 1986. It was compiled by the Chernobyl Forum, which involves more than 100 scientists, eight UN agencies and the governments of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine". According to the study, the number who will die from long-term cancers caused by radiation will be 3490. The deaths will be among almost 600,000 most contaminated by the accident 50 workers died from acute radiation poisoning or linked causes. 9 of 4000 children who have contracted thyroid cancer since the disaster have also died. The precise number of death is "unlikely ever to be known". The study suggests that alongside radiation, mental illness has been the biggest public health problem caused by the accident. According to Michael Repacholi, radiation manager for the WHO, a "high proportion" of the people most contaminated have suffered from stress. Sometimes this has led to reckless behaviour, such as eating highly contaminated food, overindulgence in alcohol and tobacco and "unprotected promiscuous sexual activity". Repacholi nevertheless insists that the study's overall health message was "reassuring". Only 3% of those contaminated by Chernobyl would die from cancer as a result of the accident, on top of the 25% who would be expected to die from cancer anyway. "Most people will be surprised that there are so few deaths" he says. New Scientist 10.9.05

Part II

"An express agreement between the UN World Health Organization (WHO) and the UN International Atomic Energy Authority (IAEA) states: "Whenever either organization proposes to initiate a programme or activity on a subject in which the other organization has or may have a substantial interest, the first party shall consult the other with a view to adjusting the matter". In effects, the WHO, which is responsible for the world health, does no research on radiation unless the project is approved by the IAEA, which promotes nuclear power and is dominated by the nuclear industry. And once the WHO has compiled the report the results of its findings have also to be cleared by the IAEA." The ecologist October 2002 Dr. Janette Sherman's 2000 book Life's Delicate Balance: causes and prevention of breast cancer, which includes chapters titled "The breast cancer epidemic on Long Island and "Radiation- Bikini Island to Long Island.

Part III

Kuchel- Utterige's mice study - the "replication" of Repacholi's mice study [a study which was presented to the public as a replication that "cancelled" Repacholi's lymphoma results, although it was done differently from Repacholi's and indeed didn't find adverse effect]. T. Utteridge was the head of this study and she is a member in the ARPS - a lobbist industrial organization with very good connection to the nuclear industry. On their website they write "THE MYTHS OF CHERNOBYL One of the most widespread myths of recent times is that the Chernobyl nuclear reactor accident in 1986 caused many thousands of extra cancer deaths in neighbouring regions, and that public health has been severely affected by exposure to radiation." (Utteridge is a member also of the electronic engineering school). It is surely not a coincidence that Utteridge was chosen to "replicate" Repacholi's study.


Informant: Iris Atzmon



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