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Japan earthquake: Fukushima radiation scans for babies

It's nearly five years since the Japanese earthquake and tsunami that led to the Fukushima nuclear disaster but concerns about possible health problems - especially in children - are still high in many parents' minds.

To reassure the public, scientists have developed a special scanner to accurately measure the amount of radioactive material inside the bodies of young children.

Now the results of over 2,500 scans have just been released.

Mariko Oi reports from Fukushima.

  • 29 Nov 2015
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