Precisely. There is no control group for what this person claims. When control groups are considered, these kids actually exhibit the same results. They find a lot more potentially cancerous cells when they screen with sensitive tests that have not been used before.
So what you are saying is that no one thought to compare the death rates? If children are going undiagnosed, in your idea that the cancer rates are the same - then they'll just die - apparently with no one knowing why.
Seriously people, this is some of the stupidest reasoning ever. You figure the children from the control set would just mysteriously dissapear and no one knows about it?
Talk about confirmation bias! deny, then come up with ridiculous proclamations.
So is radiation effects on organisms going to become the new global warming/creationist/moon landing/aliens/chemtrails/water rainbows denialist touchstone?