Peripheral Neuropathy Affecting 9/11 Survivors A new study published in the January 2016 issue of the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine concludes the exposure to World Trade Center (WTC) dust after 9/11 is associated with “neuropathic symptoms”.  The new  research, conducted by Marc Wilkenfeld, MD and associates from Winthrop University Hospital in Long Island, New York, substantiates the growing number of physical symptoms of 9/11 responders and lower Manhattan residents who are complaining of sensations of “burning, pain, numbness and tingling” in their hands and feet.  Turley Hansen has been representing clients with peripheral neuropathy for over 25 years, usually as it… READ ARTICLE