A study says 9/11 first responders survive cancers at higher rates. Why?
By A. Martinez & Allison Aubrey, NPRHeadlines News Health and Wellness 9/11 cancer
Because of toxins linked to Ground Zero, first responders have higher rates of certain cancers. A study says that group is more likely to survive the cancers, perhaps because of the care they receive. NPR reports. | READ MORE
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