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20th Anniversary of World Trade Center Attacks:  First Responders And Others Can Still File for Benefits


Many families who lost loved ones on 9/11 will be honoring them on the upcoming 20th anniversary of the world trade center attack. Others will simply be grateful to still be alive, despite their ongoing battles with cancer, pulmonary and respiratory diseases, depression, anxiety, and other maladies directly caused by the 9/11 attacks. Most Americans have painful memories of that terrible day when multiple plane hijackings and suicide attacks were carried out by 19 Islamic terrorists. Roughly 2,750 people died due to those New York City attacks; another 184 Americans passed away at the Pentagon. Forty (40) more people lost their...

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New Claims Can Still Be Filed in 2020 by 9/11 Victims with Cancer & Other Diseases

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While many of us are busy sorting out COVID-19 health and basic life problems, other Americans are having to evaluate their medical conditions related to 9/11 injuries and the World Trade Center (WTC) Health Program. Once a 9/11 survivor’s medical condition has been formally certified – for cancer or another disease – based on the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) list, that person can begin receiving medical care covered by the WTC Health Program. As most adults recall, back on September 11, 2001, multiple plane hijackings and suicide attacks were committed against America by 19 terrorists affiliated with the Islamic terrorist...

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