Nukewatch Quarterly Summer 2020
We expect many of our readers have heard and been concerned about John LaForge, our long-time Co-director, regarding his cancer care and prognosis. We’re pleased to report that John’s treatment has been successful, it was merely a “stage 1”, and he believes he is cancer-free. John will continue living in Hamburg for a few months longer and keep on with his health and well-being regime, including heavy metal detoxification, etc., which can prevent a possible recurrence. We will see over the next few years whether John’s alternative treatments are the best way to prevent a return of his cancer. He is resuming most of his regular Nukewatch work. For some this is great news, for others a warning.
— Bonnie Urfer
I am deeply grateful for and humbled by the outpouring of love and support that made my alternative care here in Germany possible. Your financial gifts covered the costs of surgery and the other medical bills, relief that brings the tangible benefit of reduced stress. Please forgive me if you didn’t get a personal note of thanks. Not knowing the language here, confronting the diagnosis, and dealing with the coronavirus restrictions could have been overwhelming, but the generosity of family, friends and comrades have saved the day.
— John LaForge
drew hempel says
Great to hear. Thanks for your great work. Will the Fukushima Olympics be cancelled?
As of November 13, 2020 the Olympics are still scheduled to start on July 23, 2021 despite 80% of Japanese holding the belief that they will not be able to be held due to Covd-19 and a Japanese movement who has criticized the government for taking money from the Fukushima nuclear recovery and clean-up to put toward promoting the Olympics.