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NEW YORK (AP) — New data from a public registry that tracks health effects of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks suggest that up to 70,000 people developed post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of the terror attacks.
The new analysis released Wednesday from the World Trade Center Health Registry provides the most comprehensive picture yet of the health of people who were affected by the attacks. Participants agreed to be tracked for up to 20 years after 2001
We have dedicated Armed Forces who fight for us overseas, but the rest... Are they so soft-belied?
Overall, half of those in the registry reported being in the dust cloud from the collapsing towers; 70% witnessed a traumatic sight, such as a plane hitting the tower or falling bodies; and 13% sustained an injury that day.