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The NYU study focuses on cardiovascular, respiratory and mental health of young people, ages 12 to 21.

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Fifteen first responders were awarded long-awaited 9/11 health fund payments, officials announced.

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The largest study to date found no clear link between toxic Ground Zero dust and cancer.

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The federal government announced Monday that the Zadroga Act will cover dozens of cancers.

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Just one in three adolescents in the WTC Health Registry responded to the survey on 9/11 illnesses.

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The federal government will soon announce if the Zadroga Act will cover cancers.

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Columbia and Benjamin Cardozo law schools are hosting free clinics to help navigate 9/11 compensation .

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An advisory panel believes there is a clear connection between cancer and 9/11 toxins.

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The city will soon begin releasing information on NYPD officers who served at Ground Zero after 9/11.

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Comedian Jon Stewart wants sick 9/11 responders to get the help they need.

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Dozens of sick first responders who hoped to testify about cancer and 9/11 health were turned away.

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Comments can be submitted by fax, email, phone or letter through Jan. 18, 2012.

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Sick 9/11 first responders must make a difficult decision whether to drop their lawsuits by Jan. 2, 2012.

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Only 41 percent of residents have responded to the World Trade Center Health Registry's latest survey.

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The federal government released new information about the $2.8 billion Victim Compensation Fund on Oct. 3, 2011.