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Research Study Descriptions

Research Portfolio Study Descriptions - Summary of World Trade Center Health Program Research


Development of the Inventory of 9/11 Agents

The World Trade Center (WTC) Health Program (Program) has developed an Inventory of 9/11 Agents (Inventory) that the Program will use for administrative purposes. The Inventory categorizes hazards as: chemical hazards; physical hazards; biological hazards; and other hazards, which includes experiences that might cause psychological harm...

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Summary of Evidence For Establishing Dates on which Cleanup of the Pentagon and Shanksville, Pennsylvania Sites of the Terrorist-Related Aircraft Crashes of September 11, 2001 Concluded

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First Periodic Review of Cancer for the WTC Health Program

The review is based on three information sources. First, a systematic search was conducted for peer-reviewed findings on exposure and cancer resulting from the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks that have been published in the scientific and medical literature between September 11, 2001...

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NIOSH Air Sample Results for the World Trade Center Disaster Response

From September 18 through October 4, 2001, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) personnel (and contractors) collected air samples in areas immediately adjacent to the debris pile...

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