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Atomic Bomb Survivors to Receive Physical Examination

Rafu Shimpo, Posted: Sep 22, 2009

TORRENCE, Calif. -- About 140 atomic bomb survivors will receive checkups in the 17th biennial physical examinations at Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Centers Ningen Dock Center this weekend, the Rafu Shimpo reports. The examinations will be carried out by doctors from Los Angeles County Medical Association, as well as Japanese Community Health Inc. There are 1,000 atomic bomb survivors living in the United States, according to the Rafu Shimpo.



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