Fukushima Radiation: Japanese Babies With Congenital Physical Polydactyly Anomalies

Babies with polydactyly on waiting list for operation



28 September 2013


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When a parent whose baby had been born with polydactyly contacted Fukushima Medical University to ask for an operation for their child, they were told that they were very busy operating on babies with the same condition and had more than a hundred on their waiting list.

They were also told they would have to wait another one or two years before the operation could be performed, as the bones in the fingers and hands need to be well developed.



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