Toxic Clouds of 9/11

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The Toxic Clouds of 9/11: A Looming Disaster is a documentary film that was produced by Alison Johnson, the chair of the Chemical Sensitivity Foundation. The film addresses the health concerns of first responders at the World Trade Center site.[1]

The Chemical Sensitivity Foundation is developing a registry of persons exposed to toxic dust from the collapsed buildings after the September 11, 2001 attacks.

The film was debuted at SUNY at New Paltz on June 12, 2006.[2] It has been presented in the United States and in Canada.[3]

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