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WTC Tower Survivors & Fatalities Articles by Year/Author

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The following is a list of the reports published about World Trade Center tower survivors and fatalities. Links are provided when available; however, viewing the full text may require a subscription to the publishing journal or purchasing of the book.

2011

Mortality among survivors of the Sept 11, 2001, World Trade Center disaster: results from the World Trade Center Health Registry cohort.
Jordan HT, Brackbill RM, Cone JE, Debchoudhury I, Farfel MR, Greene CM, Hadler JL, Kennedy J, Li J, Liff J, Stayner L, Stellman SD. Lancet. 2011 Sep 3;378(9794):879-87.

Editorial: gastroesophageal reflux symptoms in 9/11 survivors and workers: insights gained from tragic losses.
Sayuk GS, Drossman DA. Am J Gastroenterol. 2011 Nov;106(11):1942-5.

Long-term posttraumatic stress symptoms among 3,271 civilian survivors of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.
DiGrande L, Neria Y, Brackbill RM, Pulliam P, Galea S. Am J Epidemiol. 2011 Feb 1;173(3):271-81. Epub 2010 Dec 29.

Genetic markers for PTSD risk and resilience among survivors of the World Trade Center attacks.
Sarapas C, Cai G, Bierer LM, Golier JA, Galea S, Ising M, Rein T, Schmeidler J, Müller-Myhsok B, Uhr M, Holsboer F, Buxbaum JD, Yehuda R. Dis Markers. 2011 Jan;30(2-3):101-10.

2007

Factors associated with high-rise evacuation: qualitative results from the World Trade Center Evacuation Study.
Gershon RR, Qureshi KA, Rubin MS, Raveis VH [2007]. Factors associated with high-rise evacuation: qualitative results from the World Trade Center Evacuation Study. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2007 May-June; 22 (3): 165-73.

Bioinformatics and human identification in mass fatality incidents: the world trade center disaster.
Leclair B, Shaler R, Carmody GR, Eliason K, Hendrickson BC, Judkins T, Norton MJ, Sears C, Scholl T [2007]. Bioinformatics and human identification in mass fatality incidents: the world trade center disaster. J Forensic Sci 52(4): 806-19.

The flexible application of a manualized treatment for PTSD symptoms and functional impairment related to the 9/11 World Trade Center attack
Levitt JT, Malta LS, Martin A, Davis L, Cloitre M [2007]. Behaviour Research and Therapy 45(7): 1419-33.

The Legacy of World Trade Center Dust
Samet JM, Geyh AS, Utell MJ [2007]. The New England Journal of Medicine 356(22): 2233-36.

2006

Surveillance for World Trade Center Disaster Health Effects Among Survivors of Collapsed and Damaged Buildings
CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) [2006]. Surveillance for World Trade Center Disaster Health Effects Among Survivors of Collapsed and Damaged Buildings. MMWR 55(SS-2): 1-18.

The World Trade Center Aftermath and Its Effects on Health: Understanding and Learning Through Human-Exposure Science
Lioy P, Pellizzari E, Prezant D [2006]. Environmental Science and Technology 40(22): 6876–6885/.

2005

Self-Enhancement Among High-Exposure Survivors of the September 11th Terrorist Attack: Resilience or Social Maladjustment
Bonanno G, Rennicke C, Dekel S [2005]. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 88(6): 984-998.

September 11, 2001, Revisited
Feeney J, Goldberg R, Blumenthal J, Wallack M [2005]. Archives of Surgery 140: 1068-1073.

Health Status among Emergency Department Patients Appoximately One Year after Consecutive Disasters in New York City
Fernandez W, Galea S, Miller J, Ahern J, Chiang W, Kennedy E, Garritano J [2005]. Academic Emergency Medicine 12: 958-964

2001

New York City Department of Health Response to Terrorist Attack, September 11, 2001
CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) [2001]. MMWR 50(38): 821-822.

 

 
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