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World Trade Center-exposed NYC firefighters face increased cancer risk, study finds

World Trade Center-exposed NYC firefighters face increased cancer risk, study finds

In the largest cancer study of firefighters ever conducted, researchers have found that New York City firefighters exposed to the Sept. 11 World Trade Center (WTC) disaster site were at least 19 percent more likely to develop cancer in the seven years following the disaster as their non-exposed colleagues and up to 10 percent more likely to develop cancer than a similar sample from the general population.

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All Health Effects Articles World Trade Center Health Program; amendments to list of WTC-related health conditions; cancer; revision. Interim final rule. NYU Langone Medical Center is one of the nation’s premier centers of excellence in healthcare, biomedical research, and medical education. Located in Mattan, NYU E2.1 Proceedings of Student-Faculty Research Day, CSIS, Pace University, May 8th, 2009 September 11, 2001: Lessons Learned for Planning Disaster Recovery Tags: september, 2001, lessons, learned, John Howard, M - Centers John Howard, M.STACD. Administrator, Center Health Program. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Institute for Occupational Safety NYU Langone Medical Center is one of the nation’s premier centers of excellence in healthcare, biomedical research, and medical education. Located in Mattan, NYU

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