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It's what post-Fukushima Japan fears the most; cancer. Three years after the worst nuclear disaster in a generation, there is growing evidence that a cancer cluster has developed and the victims are children.
More than a quarter of Japanese people are over 65 and the number is rising. Soon more than 100 other nations will face a similar problem. Can they learn from the Japanese approach to their ageing demographic?
With a plummeting birth rate and a rapidly ageing population, Japan is facing an unprecedented population collapse with vast economic, social and political implications. We explore the dangers facing the nation.
The traffic lights are still working; but just about nothing else is in the ghost town of Fukushima. Two years after the tsunami, the consequences of the nuclear disaster continue to define the residents' lives.