9/11 Asbestos Exposure and Health Issues

When the Twin Towers crumbled on September 11, 2001, a massive vapour of inhale, dust and dusts secreted hazardous asbestos fibers and other noxious essences into the air in the weeks andmonths that followed this tragedy an estimated half-million people wereexposed during rescue recovery and cleanup exertions this junk vapour made upof pulverized concrete glass and asbestos reconciled across Manhattan theWorld Trade Center was fabricated using an estimated 400 tons of asbestosthroughout the structures insulation drywall fire proofing materials andsteel by 1971 Builders stopped abusing asbestos in the construction of theWorld Trade Center by this time countless asbestos commodities had already beenincorporated into both towers experts expect growing numbers of 9/11 firstresponders and survivors is likely to be diagnosed with mesothelioma or otherasbestos-related sickness in the years to come many of those who assisted inthe cleanup and improvement at Ground Zero were not given adequate respiratoryequipment to protect against airborne contaminants at the site now theseheroes including firefighters police officers debris removal crews nearbyoffice workers and lower Manhattan tenants will have to live with thelasting health effects of enduring this tragedy numerou studies and inspects have beendone since the attacks in an attempt to fully understand the long-term healtheffects of 9/11 fortunately the World Trade CenterHealth Registry tracks the health effects from exposure to 9/11 dustaccording to their most recent survey roughly 16 percent of respondents havebeen diagnosed with cancer for comparison eight percent had beendiagnosed with cancer seven years earlier by 2018 virtually 10,000 parties hadbeen diagnosed with a 9/11 related cancer roughly 70 percent of recoverypersonnel suffering from lung problems and of the more than ninethousand people who weathered intense revelation to the 9/11 dirt cloudnearly half reported knowledge shortness of breath wheezing orpersistent cough unfortunately these lists are only expected to grow asresearch predicts that most survivors will not develop these healthcomplications until 2021 – 2051 statistic such as these foreground thevery real danger 9/11 first responders and survivors are now facing according to mesothelioma expert dr.Raja Flores at New York’s Mount Sinai Medical Center the number ofmesothelioma events is attributable to 9/11 junk ought to have negligible to this point but theyare expected to increase soon dr.Flores told us at the mesothelioma Center wehaven’t seen numerous more or we’re going to see a very significant rise in casesit’s going to be another 30 40 years before all this plays out asbestosexposure can cause life-threatening illnesses such as mesothelioma andasbestosis when microscopic fibers are breath or absorbed they can becomelodged in the body especially in the soft lining around the lungs in theabdomen this can result in the development of mesothelioma tumors 20 to50 years after exposure however the highly concentrated levelsof asbestos is located within the dirt and debris at Ground Zero have already claimed thelives of some survivors and first responders because of the increased risks survivorsnow face anyone exposed to 9/11 dust should closely monitor their healthcatching symptoms early can lead to better care options and improvesurvival rates doctors from the World Trade Center Health Program recommendthe following health tips to those exposed to 9/11 dust get a completemedical evaluation of your respiratory system and digestive arrangement undergo acomprehensive mental health evaluation follow-through with the therapies andmedications prescribed by your doctor seek multidisciplinary treatment thataddresses your physical and mental health and cope chronic symptoms wellwhich can control their severity over time in general if you’re worried aboutpossible uttered US exposure be sure to tell your primary care doctorand monitor your state for early warning signs you

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