Hiroshi Nishi has suffered from stomach cancer, which eventually forced him into early retirement.
Katsumi Ono was made an orphan on the day the atomoic bomb was dropped. As a trained pianist, he is currently working on a requiem for the victims of the atomic bomb.
Chieko Oonishi is still waiting for the minister of health to authorise the payment for her liver cancer treatment.
Yasuko Saito has stomach cancer and was told 11 years ago that she would not survive the next year.
Tetsuhiro Yamaguchi was born in Hiroshima on the day the bomb was dropped. He is holding his health card which allows a victim of the atomic bomb to receive free health care.
Yukihiro Yoshioka suffered radiation burns to his leg and back in the blast and he has difficulty walking.
Bok-Sun Kwak was one of the 50,000 Korean residents in Hiroshima and Nagasaki when the bomb was dropped. She suffered from cancer, but continues to tell her story at the local high school.
Nobuko Ogusa's mother was pregnant with her on the day the bomb was dropped. Nobuko suffers from Microcephaly, which causes stunted growth and learning difficulties.
Masato Miyahara recently had an operation to remove the cancerous keloid from his left hand which was initially caused by radiation burns.
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