Progress Since September

Progress Since September

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LC Number: KF27 .G6687 2006a OCLC Number: (OCoLC)71777793 Subject: September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001 -- Health aspects -- New York (State) -- New York. Excerpt: ... 11 cal officer, Bureau of Health Services co-director of the Fire Depart-ment of New York WTC Medical Program - Fire Department of New York? Yes. OK. You get the Fire Department of New York in there a lot. Please, if you would stand and raise your right hands. [ Witnesses sworn. ] HAYS Mr. S. Note for the record our witnesses have responded in the affirmative, and two others who may provide testimony will provide that to you, Mr. Transcriber, if they testify. But they have been sworn in. You may begin. STATEMENTS OF CYNTHIA A. BASCETTA, DIRECTOR, HEALTH CARE, GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY OFFICE; RONALDO VEGA, ARCHITECT, CITY OF NEW YORK, DEPARTMENT OF DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION; MARVIN BETHEA, PARA-MEDIC, NEW YORK CITY; STEPHEN M. LEVIN, M.D., CO-DI-RECTOR, WORLD TRADE CENTER WORKER AND VOLUNTEER MEDICAL SCREENING PROGRAM, MEDICAL DIRECTOR, MOUNT SINAI CENTER FOR OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRON-MENTAL MEDICINE, NEW YORK, NY; AND KERRY J. KELLY, M.D. CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER, BUREAU OF HEALTH SERV-ICES, FDNY, AND CO-DIRECTOR, FDNY-WTC MEDICAL PRO-GRAM, NEW YORK, NY STATEMENT OF CYNTHIA BASCETTA Ms. BASCETTA. Thank you, Mr. Chairman and members of the subcommittee. I am pleased to be here today to update you on the progress of programs established to monitor adverse health effects in the after-math of the World Trade Center attack. As you know, up to 400, 000 people living, working, and attending school in the vicinity were affected, and thousands of responders were exposed to many physical and environmental toxins as they took part in rescue, recovery, and clean up activities. The magnitude and unprecedented nature of this event also caused significant psychological trauma for responders and many other people. More than 4 years later, the long-term effects on physical and mental health are still of great concern....LC Number: KF27 .G6687 2006a OCLC Number: (OCoLC)71777793 Subject: September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001 -- Health aspects -- New York (State) -- New York.

Title:Progress Since September
Author: United States. Congress. House.
Publisher:Books LLC - 2012-06

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