It promotes the development of bone cancer and blood
VLADIVOSTOK. April 13. VOSTOK-MEDIA - The Government's assessment of Japan has revealed traces of strontium in soil and plants outside the 30-kilometer exclusion zone NPP Fukushima-1, samples of soil and plants were taken for analysis 16 and March 19 in several parts of Fukushima Prefecture, according to Kyodo.
Japanese authorities emphasize that the amount of strontium found negligible and will not harm humans. To date, the Japanese government did not set a valid value for the irradiation of strontium. Strontium, getting into the human body, can accumulate in bones and contribute to the development of bone cancer and blood.