Twenty years after 9/11, the first responders who rushed in to save lives at the World Trade Center suffer higher rates of cancer than the general public. And many have died of cancers linked to the exposure to toxins in the air. But research suggests they're surviving at higher rates too.
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A crab cake is pictured from Gertrude's Chesapeake Kitchen in Baltimore, where chef John Shields is experimenting with adding tofu to his crab mix.
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