Curtis Sliwa Speaks Up for Student Victims of 9/11 Cancer

Radio personality and activist Curtis Sliwa talks about the increase of cancer cases diagnosed among students who were at a Lower Manhattan school near Ground Zero in New York.

The New York Post recently reported that a growing number of students, faculty, staff, rescue and recovery workers who were present at Stuyvesant High School in the months after 9/11 have since been diagnosed with cancers and other illnesses. The elite lower Manhattan high school is located only four blocks from Ground Zero.

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