Archive of News (2024)
New York state troopers gathered with residents of the Rochester area Saturday to mourn the loss and honor the life of Trooper Steven Tyrrell, who passed away earlier this month from cancer.
NYC agencies say they have no data on 9/11 toxins — ‘preposterous,’ reply Ground Zero victims’ advocates
An attempt to learn more about the deadly toxins kicked into New York City’s atmosphere after the 9/11 terror attacks has so far been shut down by city government.
Inflammatory markers in world trade center workers with asthma: Associations with post traumatic stress disorder
Our results suggest that PTSD is not associated with blood and sputum inflammatory markers in WTC workers with asthma.
This report summarizes the VCF’s 12th year of operation, and focuses on the significant changes, challenges, and achievements of 2023.
Trooper Steven A. Tyrrell, 58, was assigned to New York City to aid in the search and recovery efforts.
Our study findings demonstrate that beginning lung cancer screening at the age of 50 years and in those with fewer pack-years likely contributes to improved survival after a lung cancer diagnosis.
Retired FDNY Chief Richard Alles lives a healthy lifestyle and is an avid runner.
Funeral for Joseph Zadroga, advocate for health benefits for 9/11 first responders sickened at Ground Zero
Zadroga, 76, of Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey, was struck and killed earlier this month in a hospital parking lot where he had been visiting his ailing wife.
After his son’s death in 2006, Joe Zadroga essentially put his retirement on hold and became a prime advocate for increased federal health benefits for those suffering from Ground Zero health issues.
“We owe it to the heroes of 9/11 to ensure they are duly compensated, no matter how much time has passed since the September 11th attacks,” Sen. Joseph Lagana (D-Bergen) said in a statement.