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One month after the Sept. 11 attacks, firefighters, police officers and rescue workers at the World Trade Center paused to honor the dead. A new study in JAMA finds that people who lived or worked near the site do not have an increased incidence of cancer overall.

One month after the Sept. 11 attacks, firefighters, police officers and rescue workers at the World Trade Center site paused to honor the dead. A new study in JAMA finds that people who lived or worked near the site do not have an increased incidence of cancer overall.
Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times
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