9/11 Cancers

9/11 Prostate Cancer Victim Compensation Fund Claims Soar

By Turley, Hansen & Rosasco

9/11 Prostate cancer caused by the toxic 9/11 dust has been diagnosed in almost 2,000 downtown workers, residents, students, and first responders. This year, the World Trade Center Health Program (WTCHP) certified that 1,995 cases of prostate cancer were caused by the dust and other fallout from the 9/11 terrorist attacks. That’s a shocking, sad […]

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Posted under: 9/11 Cancers, 9/11 Prostate Cancer

Trump Administration Standing by Much-Criticized Plans to Change WTC Health Program

By Turley, Hansen & Rosasco

Despite scathing bipartisan criticism and serious concerns expressed by lawmakers, celebrities and 9/11 first responders, the Trump Administration has refused to modify its plans to change how the World Trade Center Health Program (WTCHP) is managed and funded. These plans threaten a well-run and effective program which has provided and continues to provide vital, cost-free […]

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Posted under: 9/11 Victim Compensation

New Study Attempts to Estimate Future Cancer Cases in WTC First Responders

By Turley, Hansen & Rosasco

As we recently discussed, two new reports have added to the scientific and medical consensus that firefighters and other first responders who worked at the World Trade Center site on and after the 9/11 attacks were exposed to unprecedented environmental toxins and, as a result, have increased risks of many types of cancer. Thousands of […]

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WTC Health Program Diagnosing More Breast Cancers

By Turley, Hansen & Rosasco

The air polluted with toxins by the 9/11 terrorist attacks in lower Manhattan has caused breast cancer in hundreds of downtown workers, downtown residents and first-responders. This tragedy, now about 17 years after the attacks, is getting worse. New cases of 9/11-caused breast cancer are being diagnosed by the doctors at the World Trade Center […]

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Posted under: 9/11 Cancers, Breast Cancer