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Every night, he'd go home and wash the dust out of his eyes and ears, and blow the dirt and grime from his nose. He'd sleep whatever few hours he could, wake up, and do it all over.
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
A 9/11 Rescue Worker Living with Pulmonary Hypertension
The Caring Voice Coalition just recently made their magazine available for free on their website. In the most recent issue they feature a 9/11 rescue worker who developed pulmonary hypertension due to the exposure to harmful dust and toxins he breathed in during the post-9/11 cleanup.