Fukushima’s mothers became radiation experts to protect their children after nuclear meltdown. Inside a laboratory in Fukushima, Japan, the whirr of sophisticated equipment clicks, beeps and buzzes as women in lab coats move from station to station. They are testing everything — rice, vacuum cleaner dust, seafood, moss and soil — for toxic levels of radiation. But these lab workers are not typical scientists. They are ordinary mums who have built an extraordinary clinic.
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