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9/11 Health and Compensation in the News

September 17, 2018

Below are summaries with url’s to news articles that appeared recently about 9/11 Health and Compensation issues.

An archive of past articles by year, can be found on the 911 Health Watch website at http://www.911healthwatch.org/news/ :

September 13, 2018Bangor Daily NewsAs toll of 9/11-related illnesses rises, we can’t forget these victims
The 17th anniversary commemorations of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks are over, but there is a growing group of victims that can’t be forgotten.

September 13, 2018NY Daily NewsEXCLUSIVE: Thousands sign petition to keep Victims Compensation Fund going for 9/11-illness sufferers
More than 130,000 people have signed a Change.org petition to extend the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund, which provides financial assistance to those suffering from illnesses…

September 13, 2018Harris PollOn 17th Anniversary of 9/11 Attacks New Survey Shows Mental Health Is a Key Concern For First Responders
Today, September 11, 2018, marks the 17th anniversary of the tragic terrorist attacks that brought down the World Trade Center’s iconic twin towers and led to the deaths of 2,753 people…

September 12, 2018KRISFirst responders of 9/11 feeling impacts years later – Corpus Christi, Texas
Tuesday marked 17 years since the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.

September 12, 2018Daily TargumRutgers program offers treatment to thousands of 9/11 1st responders diagnosed with cancer, other illnesses
Remembering the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States remains as prevalent this year as it was 17 years ago.

September 12, 2018NY19/11 Aftershocks: Former NYPD detective with cancer warns 9/11 responders of their risks
Dennis Murphy spends a lot of time on the phone.

September 12, 2018Winchester Star9/11 victims remembered on 17th anniversary of attacks
As America’s political divide deepens, speakers at Tuesday’s annual 9/11 remembrance called for a revival of the solidarity shown after the 2001 terrorist attacks.