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Study: Higher Rates of Cancer Among 9/11 Firefighters

There are 1 comment on the WISW-AM Columbia story from Sep 4, 2011, titled Study: Higher Rates of Cancer Among 9/11 Firefighters. In it, WISW-AM Columbia reports that:

NHL cases were higher in exposed versus non-exposed firefighters. Researchers concluded that particularly intense exposures of smoke and debris could trigger chronic inflammation, which has been theorized to contribute to the development of certain cancers, including NHL.

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#1 Sep 4, 2011
The Government should pay extra attention on the firefighters who responded on the tragedy and said to be affected now with cancer.Cancer is really dangerous and life-taker and said to be one of the cause of the death of many people around the world,so before they will suffer from such illness they should be cured as soon as possible.http://authentichealt

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