9/11 responders have increased overall cancer incidence in thyroid, prostate, and leukemia cancers, study finds

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Responders who worked at the World Trade Center site after the attacks on Sept.11, 2001, have an increased overall cancer incidence, compared to the general population, particularly in thyroid cancer, prostate cancer, and, for the first time ever reported, leukemia, according to a Mount Sinai study published in JNCI Cancer Spectrum Jan. 14.

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