Already 16 cases of childhood thyroid cancer have been operated on in children who were cancer free two years prior. Fifty cases of possibly thyroid cancer by biopsy are awaiting surgery.
From their own briefing on the subject:
Although it is not appropriate to compare prevalence obtained by a general population
screening and incidence based on clinical diagnosis
How have they calculated their increase in prevalence? By comparing the result of a general population screening against previous incidence found by clinical diagnosis.
Lying toads, eh?