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FDNY WTC Cancer Study News

Thousands of print and video news articles have now appeared around the world regarding the study released today on the cancer experience of New York City fire fighters and fire officers in relationship to exposures at the World Trade Center on 9/11.  As the IAFF reported, this study clearly shows that fire fighter and fire officer exposures at the World Trade Center have led to an increase in all types of cancer  Here are a few samples  of those articles:


News Print


·         NY Times - Study Suggests Higher Cancer Risk for 9/11 Firefighters


·         NY Daily News - FDNY firefighters who worked at Ground Zero more likely to get cancer, bombshell study finds


·         NY Daily News (Editorial) - First comprehensive cancer study sheds needed light on effects of exposure to Ground Zero toxins


·         Wall Street Journal - Study Points to WTC Cancer Link


·         Reuters - 9/11 firefighters have higher cancer risk: study


·         Huffington Post - Firefighter Cancer Tied To Ground Zero Exposure, New Study Says


 News Video


·         CBS News - Study shows rise of cancer in 9/11 firefighters


·         NY 1 - New Studies Show Significant Link Between WTC Dust And Cancer Development


·         NBC New York - 9/11 Dust Raised Cancer Risk: Study


·         ABC News - 9/11 First Responders Plagued by Health Problems From Toxic Dust and Debris


·         Fox News - 9/11 Firefighters Have Higher Cancer Risk, Study Says





Also, on September 7 at 11:00 PM ET/PT and on September10 at 9:00 PM ET/PT there will be a CNN Special Report Dr. Sanjay Gupta Reports: Terror in the Dust”.  This news special will examine how responders who breathed in the toxic dust and fumes at Ground Zero are coping with the health effects of the 9/11 attacks.


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