The Hidden Effects of Japan's Tsunami and Quake

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

The threat of nuclear disaster, the stories of missing loved ones, and the struggle to get relief to those stranded are all part of Japan's post-quake reality. As the country begins to recover, food supplies are threatened and questions loom over long term health effects of radiation in and around Fukushima prefecture. And now, the economic effects of the disaster are beginning to hit Tokyo and other parts of the country.

Terril Jones, Reuters Beijing correspondent is currently reporting from Tokyo. To address some of the health concerns regarding radiation, particularly for the people working in the Fukushima Daiichi plant and food supplies out of northern Japan is Dr. Robert Peter Gale.


Dr. Robert Peter Gale and Terril Jones

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