Research shows 9/11 disaster site exposure led to doubled risk of myeloma

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Research suggests that emergency response personnel, recovery workers, law enforcement, and construction workers who reported to the World Trade Center disaster site were exposed to carcinogens that doubled their risk of developing myeloma.

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