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NYC schools begin contacting 9/11 survivors about health risks

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Eighteen years after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, educational institutions near the World Trade Center are finally beginning to reach out to former students and teachers to apprise them of the health risks they face as survivors, and how they can get help if they need it. At a Sept. 16 forum sponsored by the Borough of Manhattan Community College and Barasch & McGarry, a law firm that specializes in 9/11-related claims, the New York City Department of Education announced a global outreach program to try to contact all of the former New York City public school students and staff who were potentially affected by the toxic World Trade Center dust. More.

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