Special Issue: Health Effects of 9/11: Fifteen Year Reports

Source: American Journal of Industrial Medicine, Volume 59 no. 9, September 2016
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Articles include:
FDNY and 9/11: Clinical services and health outcomes in World Trade Center-exposed firefighters and EMS workers from 2001 to 2016
Source: Jennifer Yip, Mayris P. Webber, Rachel Zeig-Owens, Madeline Vossbrinck, Ankura Singh, Kerry Kelly and David J. Prezant, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, Volume 59 no. 9, September 2016
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Ten-year cancer incidence in rescue/recovery workers and civilians exposed to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center
Source: Jiehui Li, Robert M. Brackbill, Tim S. Liao, Baozhen Qiao, James E. Cone, Mark R. Farfel, James L. Hadler, Amy R. Kahn, Kevin J. Konty, Leslie T. Stayner and Steven D. Stellman, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, Volume 59 no. 9, September 2016
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Post-9/11 cancer incidence in World Trade Center-exposed New York City firefighters as compared to a pooled cohort of firefighters from San Francisco, Chicago and Philadelphia (9/11/2001-2009)
Source: William Moir, Rachel Zeig-Owens, Robert D. Daniels, Charles B. Hall, Mayris P. Webber, Nadia Jaber, James H. Yiin, Theresa Schwartz, Xiaoxue Liu, Madeline Vossbrinck, Kerry Kelly and David J. Prezant, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, Volume 59 no. 9, September 2016
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Impact of 9/11-related chronic conditions and PTSD comorbidity on early retirement and job loss among World Trade Center disaster rescue and recovery workers
Source: Shengchao Yu, Robert M. Brackbill, Sean Locke, Steven D. Stellman and Lisa M. Gargano, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, Volume 59 no. 9, September 2016
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Mental health status of World Trade Center tower survivors compared to other survivors a decade after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks
Source: Lisa M. Gargano, Angela Nguyen, Laura DiGrande and Robert M. Brackbill, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, Volume 59 no. 9, September 2016
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The prevalence of metabolic syndrome among law enforcement officers who responded to the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks
Source: Jacqueline M. Moline, Mary Ann McLaughlin, Simonette T. Sawit, Cynara Maceda, Lori B. Croft, Martin E. Goldman, Mario J. Garcia, Rupa L. Iyengar and Mark Woodward, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, Volume 59 no. 9, September 2016
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The association between body mass index and gastroesophageal reflux disease in the World Trade Center Health Program General Responder Cohort
Source: Nikolina Icitovic, Lynn C. Onyebeke, Sylvan Wallenstein, Christopher R. Dasaro, Denise Harrison, Jieying Jiang, Julia R. Kaplan, Roberto G. Lucchini, Benjamin J. Luft, Jacqueline M. Moline, Lakshmi Pendem, Moshe Shapiro, Iris G. Udasin, Andrew C. Todd and Susan L. Teitelbaum, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, Volume 59 no. 9, September 2016
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Isolated small airway reactivity during bronchoprovocation as a mechanism for respiratory symptoms in WTC dust-exposed community members
Source: Kenneth I. Berger, Samantha Kalish, Yongzhao Shao, Michael Marmor, Angeliki Kazeros, Beno W. Oppenheimer, Yinny Chan, Joan Reibman and Roberta M. Goldring, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, Volume 59 no. 9, September 2016
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Improvement in severe lower respiratory symptoms and small airway function in World Trade Center dust exposed community members
Source: Caralee Caplan-Shaw, Angeliki Kazeros, Deepak Pradhan, Kenneth Berger, Roberta Goldring, Sibo Zhao, Mengling Liu, Yongzhao Shao, Maria Elena Fernandez-Beros, Michael Marmor, Nomi Levy-Carrick, Rebecca Rosen, Lucia Ferri and Joan Reibman, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, Volume 59 no. 9, September 2016
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Biomarkers of patient intrinsic risk for upper and lower airway injury after exposure to the World Trade Center atrocity
Source: Rachel Zeig-Owens, Anna Nolan, Barbara Putman, Ankura Singh, David J. Prezant and Michael D. Weiden, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, Volume 59 no. 9, September 2016
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Asthma among Staten Island fresh kills landfill and barge workers following the September 11, 2001 World Trade Center terrorist attacks
Source: James E. Cone, Sukhminder Osahan, Christine C. Ekenga, Sara A. Miller-Archie, Steven D. Stellman, Monique Fairclough, Stephen M. Friedman and Mark R. Farfel, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, Volume 59 no. 9, September 2016
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Effect of asthma and PTSD on persistence and onset of gastroesophageal reflux symptoms among adults exposed to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks
Source: Jiehui Li, Robert M. Brackbill, Hannah T. Jordan, James E. Cone, Mark R. Farfel and Steven D. Stellman, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, Volume 59 no. 9, September 2016
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Sex differences in asthma and gastroesophageal reflux disease incidence among the World Trade Center Health Program General Responder Cohort
Source: Jieying Jiang, Nikolina Icitovic, Michael A. Crane, Christopher R. Dasaro, Julia R. Kaplan, Roberto G. Lucchini, Benjamin J. Luft, Jacqueline M. Moline, Lakshmi Pendem, Moshe Shapiro, Iris G. Udasin, Andrew C. Todd and Susan L. Teitelbaum, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, Volume 59 no. 9, September 2016
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