The World Trade Center Health Registry contributes to public health by identifying the long-term physical and mental health effects and health care needs of persons directly affected by the World Trade Center disaster. The Registry follows a diverse cohort of over 71,000 persons who performed 9/11-related rescue/recovery work, or who lived, worked or attended school in lower Manhattan on 9/11/2001. The Registry shares its health findings and recommendations with enrollees, the public, health care providers, scientists, policy makers, and the World Trade Center Health Program. The Registry also provides information about 9/11-related services and offers enrollee referrals to the WTCHP.
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