The city of New York this week launched 9/11 Health, a Web site devoted to providing the latest information about scientific research and services regarding health problems resulting from the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. As described in this press release:

“It consolidates the latest information about scientific research and services, including where those affected can go for free treatment and medicine. The website also includes easily accessible research findings and treatment options for the different groups of affected people: rescue and recovery workers, residents, children, city employees and others. The new site provides, for the first time, a single source for information about the health effects of 9/11.”

[Hat tip to A Georgia Lawyer.]

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