US Sailors Sick from Fukushima?

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WASHINGTON — A Utah sailor who served on board the USS Ronald Reagan, the first ship to respond to the 2011 earthquake and tsunami at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Japan, is sick. Now Lt. j.g. Steve Simmons, with the U.S. Navy, wants answers, accountability and a treatment plan. But the Department of Defense says its expert testing does not substantiate the radiation sickness. Read more at -- Additional information can also be found at

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  1. 31987326
    31987326 Jan 12, 2014

    Sulfur can protect and repair the damage of radiation exposure. Pub Med Simmons needs to know this, as we all need to know this because we are all be irradiated by GE folly of Fukushima. We are all sulfur deficient no matter what the experts say, we all need sulfur no matter how much radiation we need. Don't sue TEPCO sue GE. Got sulfur?

  2. 32135068
    32135068 Feb 20, 2014

    Steve: I am a member of a group that was poisoned by Cipro antiobiotics (Fluoroquinolones) Your symptoms are very similar to Cipro poisoning. Were you or any of your fellow military given Cipro during that time? I'm so sorry...........I totally believe your story. Trudy

  3. 32135068
    32135068 Feb 20, 2014

    Steve: People poisoned by Cipro have never been validated since the inception of the drug in 2005, and have Never received any compensation. Their lives have been destroyed,and Bayer (pharm co) has done nothing. You should start a support group on FB which will give you a lot of support and information. Good luck. Trudy

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