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WTC heath program : 2014-2015 year in review
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    July 1, 2015, marked the fourth anniversary of the World Trade Center (WTC) Health Program. Established by the Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act, the WTC Health Program strives to provide excellence in 9/11-related healthcare and research. We reflect on another successful year by reaching out to you, our members. This special annual publication is our way of keeping you informed of important new research, helpful health news, and new Program resources. Key themes from this year’s annual report to members include:

    • The need for 9/11 related healthcare is as urgent as ever.

    • Research provides the critical link to improved diagnosis and treatment of 9/11-related conditions.

    This annual report offers a glimpse of the benefits available to you as a member of the WTC Health Program. Inside this publication you will meet Program staff, learn where to find Clinical Centers of Excellence, and discover new tools and resources, like the updated member handbook. And perhaps most importantly, you will hear from two Program members who agreed to share their stories of hope and healing. Stories like these recommit me to our mission and remind us all of the vital importance of the WTC Health Program.

    If you were there...We’re here

    Connect with us at www.cdc.gov/wtc or call 1-888-982-4748


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