New York Outlines Treatment of 9/11 Syndrome

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New York City health officials begin mailing guidelines to doctors in the city on how to diagnose illnesses related to the World Trade Center explosions. But some, including those with health problems, are asking why it took the city nearly five years to issue the first guidelines.

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