9/11 Raised Cancer Risk for Nearly 500,000 People; One Man Diagnosed With Breast Cancer Shares His Story

Updated September 17th, 2020

9/11 Raised Cancer Risk for Nearly 500,000 People; One Man Diagnosed With Breast Cancer Shares His Story

The 9/11 terrorist attacks increased cancer risk for some 500,000 people who were exposed to smoke, dust and fires in the aftermath. One survivor who worked in the area, in the weeks after the destruction, tells his story.

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