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9/11 Heroes Need Your Help! Send A Letter Now

It is critical that we renew our commitment to fighting for the responders and survivors of 9/11, and demonstrate that “Never Forget” is more than a slogan.

EDITORIAL: Choosing to Remember but Forgetting to Support

Through poor planning and political division, the medical care and support of 9/11 survivors has become a minute detail in many politicians’ support roster.

Mortality after the 9/11 terrorist attacks among world trade center health registry enrollees with cancer

We examined associations of 9/11-related exposures with mortality in WTC Health Registry enrollees diagnosed with cancer before and after 9/11/2001.

Remedy $3B WTC Health Program Funding Deficit— before it becomes a Crisis: Schumer

Schumer detailed his plan to solve the funding dilemma before it becomes a crisis.

Remembering Our 9/11 Heroes

CWA encourages all eligible members to take full advantage of the programs that are available for 9/11 survivors and responders as soon as possible.

FDNY adds 37 names to memorial wall in Brooklyn to honor victims of 9/11-related illnesses

The 37 members who died from a World Trade Center illness was the second largest group to be added to the wall since it was created in 2011.

FDNY adds 37 names to 9/11 FDNY Memorial Wall

At the ceremony, the newly added names were read, a bell was rung and a white rose was placed for each member.

Fund for 9/11 first responders’ healthcare to dry up

The World Trade Center Health Program is experiencing financial shortfalls that have attracted the attention of Congress and activists alike, but so far, no solution has been found.

Pelosi Statement Marking 21 Years Since the Terror Attacks of September 11, 2001

While we pray that time may ease the grief and pain inflicted two decades ago, it cannot diminish our love for those taken from us or our debt to those heroes who gave their lives to save others.

Number of new 9/11-related cancer cases increasing, medical experts say

Doctors say the number of 9/11-related cancers is on the rise.