Tuesday, September 5, 2006
Article in the Los Angeles Times -- Lung Problems Rife Among WTC Responders, by Amy Westfeldt of the Associated Press:
Nearly 70 percent of the rescue and cleanup workers who toiled in the
dust and fumes
at ground zero have had trouble breathing, and many will probably be sick for the rest
of their lives, doctors said Tuesday in releasing results of the biggest Sept. 11 health study
Mount Sinai Medical Center study is conclusive proof of a link between
at the World Trade Center ruins and long-term respiratory problems, doctors said.