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9/11 Health - News Asrchive 2007

2007 News


New Federal Funding for 9/11 Health Treatment Includes Residents
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Federal Plan to Treat Responders Outside of NYC Derailed
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EPA Releases First Round of Data from its Lower Manhattan Test and Clean Program
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HEALTH DEPARTMENT RELEASES NEW FINDINGS ON CHILDREN EXPOSED TO THE WTC DISASTER
> Read the NYC DOHMH press release

Federal Funding for Treatment of Residents Stalls in Congress
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New State Law Increases Disability and Death Benefits for Private EMTs and Paramedics Who Served at Ground Zero
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Follow-up Surveys for WTC Health Registry Enrollees Due by the End of the Year
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SIX YEARS LATER: A Public Briefing from the WTC Health Registry
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Mayor Bloomberg Signs Legislation That Could Expedite Processing of WTC-Related Disability Applications for FDNY Members
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> Read the mayoral press release

Federal Funding to Treat Residents Advances Another Step
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Common Asthma Medication May Increase Protection Against Environmental Hazards Afforded By Respirators Among Firefighters
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Child/Adolescent Survey Can Answer Important Questions About 9/11 Health
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Statement by Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg on Medical Examiner’s Determination in Case of Detective James Zadroga
>Read the mayoral press release

Mayor Bloomberg and HHC President Aviles Announce Expansion of World Trade Center Environmental Health Center to Two New Sites and Call for Sustained Federal Funding
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> Read the mayoral press release

FDNY Releases Six-Year Assessment on the Health Impacts of 9/11 on FDNY Rescue Workers
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> Read the mayoral press release

Comprehensive 9/11 Legislation Introduced
> Read a summary of the bill from the introductory press release
> Read the bill PDF Document (Reader Required; Click to Download)

One In Eight WTC Rescue and Recovery Workers Developed Posttramatic Stress Disorder
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Survey Finds Elevated Rates of New Asthma Among WTC Rescue and Recovery Workers
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WTC Disability: Deadline Extended for Eligible NYC Employees
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