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9/11 survivors’ exposure to toxic dust and the chronic health conditions that followed

The 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York resulted in the loss of 2,753 people in the Twin Towers and surrounding area. After the attack, more than 100,000 responders and recovery workers from every U.S. state—along with some 400,000 residents and other workers around ground zero—were exposed to a toxic cloud of dust that fell as a ghostly, thick layer of ash and then hung in the air for more than three months. Read More

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