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De Blasio to honor those who spent years securing renewal of 9/11 funds

A united front of still-ailing uniformed first responders and volunteers — construction and office workers as well as residents — banded together for

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Extend VCF Filing Deadline to Mid-July of 2021, Aiding Those Who Were Late

The 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund has revisited its policy of imposing a two-year deadline for first-responders, survivors and their families

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Free medical benefits for people who worked, lived, went to school in Lower Manhattan during 9/11

LOWER MANHATTAN — Over 200 people gathered in lower Manhattan Monday to learn more about medical benefits they are entitled to

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Seminars for those eligible for 9/11-related healthcare benefits

NEW YORK — More than 400,000 people lived, worked or attended school near Ground Zero around Sept. 11, 2001. Many

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Co-founders honor late father with 9/11 remembrance sock line

View Video and please support by purchasing the socks online : Limited Edition FealGood

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Former NYPD detective, 9/11 healthcare advocate Dennis Murphy dies of cancer

A former NYPD detective and 9/11 survivor advocate died early Friday from cancer related to his work sifting through the

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9/11 First Responders Expose the Truth & Tragedy Behind the Aftermath

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NYC says retired firefighter’s cancers are caused by drinking and not 9/11, ignores court order to provide disability pension

The city is balking at a court order to provide a retired FDNY firefighter wasting away from a 9/11-related cancer

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Cuomo Gives Civilians Statewide 9/11 Benefit

Any public employee in New York State who was part of the World Trade Center clean-up and developed a certified

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