New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg Thursday announced the city's progress in responding to the health impacts that resulted from the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001.
The Mayor also released a new report highlighting the latest medical research on 9/11 health and launched a citywide campaign to promote awareness of medical and mental health treatment options for those suffering from the effects of 9/11.
Over the past year, all 15 of the recommendations made to the Mayor in the 2007 report "Addressing the Health Impacts of 9/11" have either been completed or are underway.
The Mayor was joined at the announcement by Deputy Mayors Linda Gibbs and Edward Skyler who led the city's investigation of the health effects of 9/11.
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