Multiple Myeloma in 9/11 Survivors
Multiple myeloma is one of the most common cancers diagnosed among 9/11 first responders and people who lived and worked in Downtown Manhattan during the months after the terrorist attacks. If you have been diagnosed with this illness, or any other cancer of condition that you suspect may be related to the 9/11 toxins, registering a claim is the first step in getting the Victim Compensation Fund payouts you deserve.
Toxic 9/11 Dust Exposure and Multiple Myeloma
The toxic fallout from the September 11th attacks on the Twin Towers affected 90,000 first responders, 57,000 residents, 300,000 Downtown workers, and 18,000 students. Our Zadroga Act lawyers have handled many multiple myeloma 9/11 claims. The Victim Compensation Fund (VCF) and the WTC Health Program makes it possible for first responders and others who lived or worked in Downtown Manhattan to get free lifetime health care and compensation for any illnesses (including over 70 types of cancer) caused by being at or near Ground Zero. We have helped secure compensation for 9/11 cancer victims for many years.
Multiple Myeloma conditions
Multiple myeloma is a type of blood cancer formed by malignant plasma cells that develop in bone marrow. As a result, this cancer can result in broken bones (fractures) from only minor stress or injury. While pain can result in any bone, multiple myeloma most often manifests itself in the back, hips, and skull. It can also result in low red and white cell blood counts, which can produce fatigue and infections.
Your Support Team
If you are experiencing health problems related to your exposure to 9/11 dust or fumes after the attacks on the Twin Towers, we can guide your through the claim process. The Zadroga Act lawyers at Hansen & Rosasco, LLP make it possible for you to get the compensation and free lifetime health care you deserve. If you have questions about medical care or compensation for 9/11 cancer victims, including multiple myeloma 9/11 cancer cases, please us at 855-982-4636 or fill out a contact form here.