I was researching Yoshihisa Yamane, the head of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, and found studies that he has done. Studies using animal test subjects. Then, I found one that mentioned radiation and in-bred dogs. There was another study that he is doing, but when I tried to find out more it said ” The resource cannot be found.” This is because it was removed. There can be many reasons that it was removed so that people can’t see it, but I think it has to do with Yoshihisa Yamane trying to hide it from anyone that might object to this study being done, especially since it has to do with Radiation Research. This is the man that only put a “minimum” of effort into helping the Fukushima pets. With Yoshihisa Yamane at the helm of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, you can bet that the Japan Veterinary Medical Association Radiation Researchers will be having an abundance of papers that USE the Fukushima Livestock, the surviving dogs and cats that still remain in the newly zoned exclusion area, and the wildlife. It is noteworthy to see that the second study that I posted here was about how he induced cancer in inbred laboratory animals. An example of a veterinarian that only became a veterinarian so that he could legally kill animals. There is nothing about this man that is more notable than his HYPOCRISY towards animals.
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… Kazuaki Takashima; Tomonori Kataoka; Junka Noyama; Takashi Mohri ; Yoshihisa
Yamane … The average survival time after radiation was 208 days. …
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*This was first published August 8, 2011. I have updated it and republished this article.