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The table below shows data received from some of our members. We are in the process of gathering as much as possible of this type of information. Please call us at (212) 298-9162 to report illnesses to the PBA Registry or inquire about the WTC health-related issues.

Age
Sex
Symptoms
Diagnosed Illness
Time Spent at Ground Zero
46
M
– Burning of esophagus

– Acid reflux
– Hiatel hernia (life long)

Lab (10 yrs.)
Morgue (2 weeks)
WTC (1 week)
Drove CO back and forth with evidence

35
M
– Persistent cough
– Chest pain
– Decreased immune system

– Sarcoidosis
– Asthma
– Rheumatoid arthritis

WTC (120 hours) started working on the 3rd day
52
M
  – Throat cancer  
49
M
– No symptoms – Aorta aneurysm Ground Zero (1 Month)
37
F
– Shortness of breath – Sarcoidosis – Clean-up (bucket brigade)
– Security at WTC ( 4 months)
42
M
– Shortness of breath – Reactive AOA disfunction syndrome (occupational asthma) WTC (between 400 and 500 hours)
33
M
– Chronic cough – Post-traumatic stress – WTC (1 day)
– Fresh Kills (1 day)
40
F
– No symptoms – Rectal cancer Sep. 2002 Security at ground zero (1 month)
48
M
– No symptoms
– Blood in urine
– Renal cell cancer (kidney cancer) WTC – security ( 2 weeks)
37
M
– Extended cough – Sarcoidosis WTC (2 weeks) – security and traffic control
43
M
  – Bile-duct cancer
Deceased
First Responder – WTC (6 months)
48
M
– Tightness in chest
– High blood pressure
  Security in hot zone (30 days)
33
M
– Headaches – Brain cancer WTC (2 weeks)
Bucket brigade, security
35
M
– Lump on neck – Thyroid cancer
– Stage 2 multiple myeloma
WTC (12 days)
S.I. landfill (61 days)
34
M
– Difficulty breathing – Pulmonary disease
– Respiratory failure
Deceased
WTC (3 months)
47
M
– Shortness of breath
– Joint stiffness
– Heart attack
– Sarcoidosis
Deceased
WTC (3 months)
39
F
– No symptoms – Sarcoidosis WTC (1 month)
42
M
– Bronchitis (3 times )
– Pneumonia
– Shortness of breath
– Loss of intake
– Chronic lung disease Morgue (9 months)
38
F
– Joint pain
– Shortness of breath
– Chest pain
– Sarcoidosis WTC (5 days)
48
M
– Swelling of hands
– Shortness of breath
– High hemoglobin level
– Scarred lung tissue WTC (2 days)
S.I. landfill (1 day)
41
M
– Irregular heartbeat
– Shortness of breath
– Eyes were burned
– Tumor in left lung
– Debris, scarring, loss of function in right lung
– Cataracts
South tower on 9-11 WTC (1 year—periodically)
34
M
– Difficulty breathing
– Tightness in chest.
– Blocked airway WTC (5 days at 12 hours)
41
M
– Mass in abdomen
– Trouble breathing
– Skin rashes
– Lymphoma WTC ( 3 months)
32
M
– Shortness of breath
– chest pains
– Asthma S.I. Landfill (1 week)
WTC ( 1 week)
44
M
– Weight loss
– shortness of breath
– loss of appetite
– dry mouth
– Pulmonary sarcoidosis WTC (30 days)
44
M
– Coughing blood and
– shortness of breath
– BOOP
– Bronchitis
WTC (Start to finish)
First responder
36
M
– Coughing
– shortness of breath
– wheezing
– extreme heartburn
– Asthma
– RADS
– Sleep apnea
WTC (4 months)
39
M
– Difficulty breathing
– F atigue
– Increased sensibility to heat
– Pulmonary restricted lung disease WTC (1 week)
S.I. Landfill (1 week)
First Responder
45
M
– Anxiety – Hypertension WTC (15 days)
42
M
– Difficulty breathing
– F atigue
– Prostate cancer
– Sleep apnea
– Restrictive lung disease
WTC (4 months)
First Responder
42
M
– Shortness of breath
– Coughing
– Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
– Asthma
WTC (6 months)
34
M
– Difficulty breathing
– Fatigue
– Anxiety
– Decreased airway
– High blood pressure
WTC (3 months)
40
M
– Coughing up blood
– Persistent cough and wheezing
– Gasping
– Cardiomyopathy
– Chronic heart failure
WTC (3 months)
First Responder
45
F

– Swelling of the joints
– Pain in the bones, hips
– Tumors

– Sarcoidosis WTC (6 weeks)
34
M
– Vomiting
– Difficulty breathing
– Chest pains
– Diarrhea
– Dizzy spells
– Asthma
– GERD
– Post-traumatic stress
– Chemical induced bronchitis
– Acid reflux
WTC (3 weeks )
First Responder
37
M
– Colds
– Difficulty breathing
– Winded
– Fatigue
– Chronic sinusitis WTC
S.I. Landfill (1 month and half)
30
F
– Swelling of the joints
– Swelling of the lymphoid
– Numbness of arms and legs
– Sarcoidosis WTC
– S.I. Landfill and Morgue (5 weeks)
40
M
– Difficulty breathing – Chronic sinusitis WTC (6 months)
42
M
– Difficulty breathing – Chronic sinusitis
– Diminished lung capacity
– Reflux
WTC (9 Months)
47
M
– Relatively no symptoms
– Coughing
– Heart attack
– Triple bypass
– Advanced throat cancer
– Acid reflux
WTC (3 months)
First Responder
46
M
– Upper respiratory infection
– Shortness of breath
– Acid reflux
– GERD
– Esphogitis
– Reactive airways disease
– Dispenia
– Extra thoracic airways disease
– Sleep apnea
– Seizures
WTC (4 months)
40
M
– Difficulty breathing
– Fatigue
– Wheezing
– Bronchitis WTC (4 months)
38
F
– Abdominal pain
– Heavy bleeding
– Ffatigue
– Adenoid carcinoma
– Carcinoid (stomach, gall bladder, uterus, fallopian tube, ovaries, appendix and colon)
WTC (2 months)
First Responder
39
M
– Shortness of breath – Decreased lung capacity WTC (3 months)
First Responder
44
M
– Jaundice
– Fatigue
– Body is destroying red blood cells. Dr. wants to remove his spleen. ( No diagnosis.) WTC
Morgue (6 months)
First Responder
48
M
– Anxiety
– H eadache
– Difficulty breathing
– Dizziness
– Poly POD sinus disease
– Asthma
– Lung disease
– Acid reflux
WTC (6 months)
1 year sifting through remains
First Responder
36
F
– Chronic fatigue
– Trouble breathing
– Swollen neck
– Thyroid cancer WTC (5 months)
First Responder
48
M
– Severe cough – Nasal polyps
– Asthma
WTC (3 months)
46
M

– Cough
– Shortness of breath
– Phlegm
– Wheezing and
– Difficulty sleeping

– No diagnosis Morgue (3 months)
First responder
55
M
– Trouble sleeping
– Runny nose
– Post-traumatic stress syndrome
– Sinusitis
WTC (1 year)
First Responder
45
M
– Shortness of breath
– Chest pain
– Excessive protein in urine
– Sarcoidosis
– Nephritic syndrome (affects the kidney)
WTC (3 months)
First Responder
40
M
– Jaundice
– Fatigue
– Shortness of breath
– Throwing up blood
– Joint pains
– Swelling of limbs
– sBlurred vision
– Numbness in finger tips and toes
– Failed liver non-alcoholic steto-hepatitis (liver transplant)
– GERD
WTC (1 month and a half)
First Responder
49
M
– Headaches
– Coughing
– Fatigue
– Sinusitis WTC (1 month)
69
M
– Runny nose
– Lung congestion
– Sinusitis
– Pre-cancerous kidney (removed)
WTC ( 3weeks)
43
M
– Shortness of breath
– Chronic rashes
– Jjoint pain
– Numbing of limbs
– Tumors
– Sarcoidosis WTC (2 months)
S.I. Landfill (2 months)
Morgue (15 days)
45
M
– Pain in left side
– High calcium level
– Fatigue
– Dizziness
– Kidney stones WTC (1 month)
First Responder
29
M
– Coughing up blood and mucus – Chronic upper respiratory infection WTC (2 weeks)
42
F
– Coughing
– Eye irritation
– Headaches
– Sinusitis WTC (1 month and a half)
First Responder
43
M
– Loss of hearing
– Runny nose
– Difficulty breathing
– Heartburn
– Loss of hearing WTC (9 months)
First Responder
36
M
– Nose bleed
– Sinus infection
– Difficulty sleeping
– WTC cough
– Post traumatic stress disorder
– Hypertension
– Kidney stones
– Sinusitis
WTC ( 2 weeks)
First Responder
47
M
– Shortness of breath
– Irregular heartbeat
– Wheezing
– Fatigue
– Numbness
– Sleep apnea WTC (3 days)
First Responder
Volunteer
47
M
– Difficulty sleeping
– Tightness in chest
– Neckaches
– Bad cough
– Headache
– Acid Reflux
– Reactive airways
WTC (2 months)
First Responder
38
M
– Difficulty breathing
– Constant infections
– Fatigue
– Thyroid cancer
– Chronic sinusitis
WTC (3 month)
First Responder
32
M
– Fatigue
– Shortness of breath
– Migraine headaches
– Coughing
– RAD WTC (3 months)
First Responder
36
M
– Chronic cough
– Ffatigue
– Acid reflux WTC (1 week)
First Responder
44
M
– Difficulty breathing
– Short- tempered
– Runny nose
– Sinusitis
– Acid reflux
WTC (18 months all together )
Morgue
S.I. landfill
First Responder
44
M
– Heartburn
– Loss of appetite
– Acid reflux
– Hiatal hernia
– Irritation to stomach lining
WTC (6 months)
First Responder
35
M
– Shortness of breath   WTC (2 months)
35
M
– Protein in urine
– H igh cholesterol
– Dizziness
– Ffatigue
– Swelling
– Focal segmental glomerular sclerosis (kidneys) WTC (6 months)
First Responder
37
M
– Headaches
– Fatigue
– Runny nose
– Occupational asthma
– High liver count
– Acid reflux
– Sinusitis
WTC (3 months)
40
M
– Shortness of breath
– Fatigue
– Difficulty sleeping
– RADS WTC (6 months)
First Responder
58
M
– Mass on right side of neck
– Unusual snoring
– Blood in the mucus
– Tonsil cancer WTC (1 week)
First Responder
35
F
– Allergies
– Eexcessive bowl movement
– Abdominal pain
– Dry cough
– Crohn's disease
– Fistula
 
46
M
– Upper respiratory infection – Crohn's disease
– Allergies
WTC
48
M
– Diabetes
– Hip replacement
– High blood pressure
– Diabetes
– Hip replacement
– High blood pressure
WTC (1 ½ months)
First Responder
38
M
– Severe headache – Brain tumor
– Liver tumor
WTC (4 months)
First Responder
34
M
  – Low lung volume WTC (2 week)
First Responder
49
M
– Cough
– Difficulty sleeping
– Congestion
  WTC (2 weeks)
42
M
– Shortness of breath – Asthma
– Acid reflux
– Bronchitis
WTC (3months)
First Responder
43
M
– Shortness of breath
– Fatigue
– Moodiness
– Nosebleeds
– Nodules on lungs
– Acid reflux
WTC (6 months)
First Responder
35
M
– Diarrhea
– Blood in urine
– Colitis WTC (5 months)
First Responder
43
M
– Blood in urine
– Acid reflux
– Bladder cancer WTC (1 week)
46
M
– Anxiety
– Difficulty sleeping
– Runny nose
– Tightness in the chest
– Sinusitis
– Sleep apnea
– Post traumatic stress
WTC (4 months)
First Responder
43
M
– Wheezing
– Shortness of breath
– Joint pain
  WTC (3 weeks)
First Responder
27
M
– Chronic cough
– Difficulty breathing
– Upper respiratory infection
– RADS
– Sinusitis
WTC (3 weeks)
First Responder
38
M
– Shortness of breath
– Coughing
– Fatigue
– Aches
– Headaches
– Loss of appetite
– Sarcoidosis WTC (3 months)
First Responder
36
M
– Shortness of breath
– Dizziness
– Headache
– Vertigo
– Joint pain
– Sarcoidosis WTC ( approx. 4 months)
First Responder
49
F
– Scar tissue on the lungs
– Shortness of breath
– Fatigue
– Joint pain
– Obstructive pulmonary disease WTC (2 month)
First Responder
46
M
– Rash
– Headaches
– Shortness of breath
– Joint pain
– Short temper
– Anxiety
– Difficulty sleeping
– Acid reflux
– High mercury account
WTC (1 month)
First Responder
45
M
– Stomach aches
– Low red blood cell count
– Low white blood cell count
– Spleen removed WTC ( 1 week)
First Responder
42
F
  – Recurring cyst WTC (3 months)
First Responder
39
M
– Difficulty sleeping
– Anxiety
– Post traumatic stress disorder WTC (7 months)
First Responder
45
M
– Fatigue
– Difficulty breathing
– Joint pains vertigo
– Headaches
– Anxiety
– Sinusitis
– Acid reflux
– Ulcer
WTC (6 months)
First Responder
44
F
– Difficulty breathing
– Difficulty sleeping
– RADS
– Vocal chord damage
WTC (3 months)
First Responder
43
F
– Bronchitis
– Acid reflux
– Sinusitis
– Cough
– Sarcoidosis WTC (3 months)
First Responder
44
M
– Cough
– Difficulty breathing
– RADS
– Sinusitis
– rhinitis
– Esophogitis
– GERD
– Sleep apnea
– Lung scarring
WTC (2 months)
S.I. Landfill (1 month
37
M
– Anxiety
– Depression
– Post traumatic stress disorder WTC
First Responder
31
M
– Diarrhea
– Blood in stool
– Colitis WTC (2 weeks)
First Responder
49
M
– Blood in urine
– Difficulty breathing
– Tumor in the bladder WTC (4 months)
First Responder
44
M
– Difficulty breathing
– Joint pain
– Recurring bronchitis
– Sarcoidosis
– Asthma
WTC (1month)
First Responder
38
M
– Fatigue
– Headaches
– High blood pressure
– Difficulty breathing
– Glomerolul nephritis (kidney disease) WTC (2 weeks)
First Responder
35
M
– Bloating
– Heartburn
– Loss of appetite
– Acid reflux WTC (6 months)
Morgue (2 months)
41
M
– Bone pain
– Back pain
– Multiple myeloma (cancer of the plasma cell) WTC (2 days)
Morgue & S. I. Landfill (3 weeks)
44
M
– Lump in the leg – Soft tissue cancer WTC (1 week)
45
F
– Joint pain
– Trouble sleeping
– Leukemia WTC (2 years)
47
M
– Lump in throat – Throat cancer WTC ( 2 ½ months)
47
M
– Muscle pain – Herniated disk
– Partial tears in muscle tissue
WTC (2 weeks)
S.I. Landfill (1 week)
37
F
– Shortness of breath
– Tightness of the chest
– Asthma
– Sleep apnea
WTC (2 months)
44
M
– Difficulty breathing – Heart attack WTC (2 months)
First Responder
46
M
– Shortness of breath – Lung cancer WTC & Morgue (8 months)
49
M
– Shortness of breath
– Difficulty sleeping
– Coughing
– PTSD
– Restricted lung disease
WTC (8 months)
43
M
– Severe cough – Asthma WTC (1 ½ months)
46
M
– Stomach pain
– Difficulty breathing
– Acid reflux
– High mercury count
WTC ( 1 month)
First Responder
46
M
– Headaches
– Severe cough
– Difficulty sleeping
– Short tempered
– Fatigue
– Joint pain
– High blood pressure
– Diabetes
– Spots on the lungs
– PTSD
– Removal of gall bladder (impacted due to stones)
WTC (9 months)
First Responde
38
M
– Swollen ankles
– Chronic cough
– Night sweats
– Sarcoidosis WTC (2 weeks)
First Responder
32
M
– Lumps
– Anal fistulas
– Hernia
– Acid reflux
– Shortness of breath
– Skin rashes
– Crohn's disease WTC (2 1/2 months)
First Responder
39
M
– Difficulty breathing and sleeping – Asthma
– PTSD
WTC (3 months)
40
M
– Shakes
– Difficulty sleeping
– Severe cough
– High blood pressure (still in testing phase) WTC (2 1/2 months)
First Responder
37
M
– Rash – Melanoma WTC (3 months)
First Responder
47
M
– Frequent migraines
– Difficulty sleeping
– Glaucoma WTC (2 months)
First Responder
40
M
– Shortness of breath – Asthma WTC (2 months)
First Responder
44
M
– Bloating
– Weakness
– difficulty eating and drinking
– Dehydration
– Short bowel syndrome (large part of small intestine removed) WTC (2 months)
First Responder
46
M
– Headaches
– Backaches
– Polycythemia vera (clonal stem cell disorder) WTC (3 months)
First Responder
52
M
– Difficulty breathing
– Wheezing
– Asthma WTC
First Responder
48
M
– Difficulty breathing – Asthma WTC (1 1/2 months)
First Responder
30
M
– High liver enzymes
– Gastritis
– Heartburn
– Nausea
– Stomach pain
– Liver biopsy/colonoscopy
– Gall bladder removed
WTC (4 months)
First Responder
40
M
– Back pain
– Night sweats
– Difficulty sleeping
– Cancer of the kidneys and liver WTC
First Responder
33
M
– Bronchitis
– Chest pain
– Migraines
– Cough
– Difficulty breathing
– Duodenal polyps
– GERD
– Reflux
– Two nodules in the lungs
– Sleep apnea
– Sinusitis
WTC (9 months)
First Responder
38
M
– Difficulty breathing
– Fatigue
– Rotting trachea
– Decreased lung capacity
WTC (9 months)
First Responder
49
M
– Congestion
– Headaches
– Shortness of breath
– Loss of sight
– Adeno carcinoma (cancer in the left sinus)
Deceased (2004)
WTC
36
M
– Cough
– Fatigue
– Weight loss
– Reduced lung capacity
– Irregular heart beat
– Sarcoidosis
WTC (2 months)
48
M
– Shortness of breath
– Chronic bronchitis
– Stiffness in the chest
– Difficulty sleeping
– Asthma
– RADS
– Sleep apnea
WTC
First Responder
52
M
– Shortness of breath
– Difficulty breathing
– Pulmonary fibrosis WTC (4 months)
52
M

– Lump in the throat
– Difficulty sleeping
– Difficulty breathing
– Vomiting

– pre-cancer of the esophagus
– gastroperisis (hardening of stomach muscle)
– GERD

WTC
First Responder

43
M
– Shortness of breath
– Wheezing
– Cough
– Asthma
– GERD
WTC (6 months)
38
F
– Shortness of breath
– High blood pressure
– Chest pain
– Difficulty sleeping
–Joint pain

– RADS
– Sleep Apnea
– GERD
– Vocal chord dysfunction
– Sinusitis
– Enlarged heart
– Decreased lung capacity 
– nodules in the lung

WTC
43
M
– Wheezing
– Tightness in the chest
– Asthma WTC (6 months)
52
M

– Shortness of breath
– Bronchitis
– Muscle pain

– Acid reflux
– Heart Attack (2002)

WTC
First Responder

36
F

– Difficulty breathing
– Fatigue
– Headaches

– Asthma
– Thyroid issues (not yet diagnosed)

WTC
First Responder
43
M

– Constant headache
– Dizziness
– Earaches
– Difficulty breathing
– Joint pains
– Difficulty sleeping

– Sinusitis
– Chronic bronchitis

WTC
First Responder
49
M

– Earaches
– Nodules on the lung
– Difficulty sleeping
– Muscle aches

– Inflamed lymph nodes
– Chronic conjunctivitis
– Calcified heart
– Calcified aortic valve

WTC
First Responder (1½ months)

48
M

– Throat burning
– Chronic cough
– Chest pain
– Difficulty sleeping
– Headaches
– Dizziness
– memory loss

– PTSD
– Asthma
– Acid Reflux

WTC
First Responder

45
F
– Difficulty swallowing – Neck tumor

WTC
First Responder (7 months)

36
M
– Vertigo
– Inability to maintain balance
– Tumor in pituitary gland WTC (2 weeks)
 
M
– Post nasal drip
– Difficulty breathing
– Sarcoidosis WTC (3 months)
37
M
– Stuffy nose
– Headaches
– Sore throats
– Wheezing
– Acid reflux
– Sinusitis
WTC (6 months)
44
M
– Chronic cough
– Difficulty breathing
– RADS WTC
First Responder
42
M

– Night sweats
– Difficulty breathing

– RADS
– Lymphatic tumors in the chest
– Asbestos exposure in the lung (precursor to cancer of the lung)– GERD 

WTC
First Responder
33
M

– Acid reflux
–  Lung infection
– Swelling in the throat
– Nasal and sinus problem
– sSleep apnea

– Tonsil, uvula, soft palette, septum removed (geoglassol advancement)
– Pneumonia
– Chronic sinusitis
– Asthma
– Sinusitis

WTC (4 months)
First Responder
46
M

– Difficulty breathing
–  Headaches
– Passing out
– Imbalance
– Memory loss
– Vertigo

– Diffuse large B cell lymphoma (cancer of the lymph nodes)

WTC
First Responder

48
M
– Difficulty breathing
– Headaches
– Passing out
– Imbalance
– Memory loss
– Vertigo

– RADS
– Acid Reflux
– Vestibular dysfunction (brain damage)
– Gata taxia ( tumor) below ribs

WTC  & S.I. (8 months)
First Responder

35
M

– Shortness of breath
–  Dizziness  spell
–  Swelling of the lungs
–  Joint pains
–   Headaches
–  Constant lung infections

– Asthma WTC  & S.I. (1 year)
First Responder
38
M
– Persistent cough
– Difficulty breathing
– Headaches
– Lung infection
– Scarring on the lungs
– Asthma
– Sinusitis
– RADS
WTC  & S.I. (1 year)
First Responder
31
M
– Persistent stuffy nose
– Chest pains
– RADS WTC (2 years)
First Responder
45
M
– Dizziness
– Vertigo
– Blurry vision
– Imbalance
– Headaches
– Benign positional vertigo

WTC & S.I.
First Responder

36
F
– Wheezing
– Aching bones
– Repeated bronchitis
– Headache

– Asthma

WTC
(2 months)
35
M
– Pains in the chest – Esophagitis WTC
(1 week)
41
M
– Headaches
– Sinus infections
– Stomach pains
– Wheezing
– Difficulty sleeping
– Sinusitis
– Erosion of the esophagus
– Acid Reflux
– Reoccurring stye in the eye
WTC
First Responder
54
M
– Bleeding polyps
– Heartburn
– Stomach pains
– Colon cancer WTC
(1 month)
35
M
– Numbness in hands and feet
– Peeling hands
– Sore throat
– Tonsilitis
– Deviated septum
– Allergic rhinitis WTC
First Responder
48
F
– Stomach pains – Colon rectal cancer WTC
(2 weeks)
38
M
– Difficulty breathing
– B lurred vision

– Sinusitis
– Scarring of the retina

WTC
First Responder
45
F
– Lump in left breast – Breast cancer WTC
First Responder
43
F
– Headaches
– Joint pains
– Difficulty sleeping
– No diagnosis WTC
First Responder
48
M
– No symptoms – Renal cell carcinoma (kidney cancer) WTC
47
M
– Cough – Heart attack (deceased) WTC
First Responder
50
M
– Fatigue
– Runny nose
– Barrett's esophagus (pre-cancer of the esophagus) WTC
First Responder
35
M
– Fatigue
– Shortness of breath
– Nose bleeds
– Joint pains
– Chronic sinusitis
– Ground glass in the lungs
– Pulmonary hypertension
WTC
First Responder
28
M
– Cough – Lymphoma WTC
First Responder
38 F – Difficulty breathing
– Blurry vision
– Joint pain
– Memory loss
– Difficulty sleeping
– Sarcoidosis WTC
First Responder
43 M – Chest pain
– Hair loss
– Difficulty sleeping
– GERD
– Cough
– H. pylori (bacteria affecting gastrointestinal system)
– IBS
WTC
First Responder
47 M – Lump – Cancer in the neck
– GERD
– Decrease in lung capacity

WTC
First Responder

44 M – Bleeding
– Pimple on nose
– Difficulty moving arms
– Miscarriage
– Fibromyalgia
– Carcinoma (nose cancer)

Morgue/WTC
6 months

45 M – Shortness of breath
– Chest pain
– Congestion
– Asthma WTC
First Responder
44 M – Difficulty breathing
– Chest pains
– Acid reflux
– RADS
– Sleep apnea
WTC
2 months
44 M Chest pain – Burnt esophagus
– Coronary spasm
WTC
First Responder
36 M – Difficulty breathing
– Recurring sinus infections
– Severe headaches
– Polyps
– Deviated septum
 
45 M – Headaches
– Ringing in the ear
– Difficulty breathing
– Difficulty sleeping
– Arm and hip pains
– Vertigo
– Meneire's Disease
WTC
First Responder
45 F – Difficulty sleeping
– Joint pains
– Headaches
– Difficulty breathing
– Sleep apnea
– Acid reflux
– Severe sinusitis
– Asthma
– Bronchitis
– Nasal polyps
WTC
First Responder
37 M – Dizziness
– Blurry vision
– Headaches
– Chronic cough
– Shortness of breath
– Joint pains
– Chronic vomiting
– Sarcoidosis
– GERD
– Vertigo
– Asthma
– Esophagitis
WTC
First Responder
37 M – Shortness of breath
– Tightness in chest
– Difficulty sleeping
– Headaches
– Chronic bronchitis
– High blood pressure
– Asthma
– Acid reflux
WTC
First Responder
46 F – Difficulty breathing
– Shortness of breath
– Asthma
– Hypertension
WTC
First Responder
32 M – Swollen glands – Follicular non-Hodgkin's lymphoma WTC
First Responder
38 M – Cough
– Chronic bronchitis
– Shortness of breath
– Chest pains
– Headaches
– Difficulty sleeping
– Nodules on lungs WTC
First Responder
  M – Difficulty breathing – Asthma
– Sinusitis
WTC
First Responder
53 M – Pneumonia
– Asthma
– Shortness of breath
– Sarcoidosis WTC
First Responder
55 F – Difficulty breathing
– Depression
– Coughing
– PTSD
– COPD
WTC
2 years
37 M – Vomiting
– Dizziness
– Constant ringing in the ear
– Sharp headaches
– Meniere's syndrome
WTC
First Responder
32 M – Swollen lymph nodes – Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma WTC
9 months
33 M – Chest pains
– Difficulty breathing
– Esophagitis WTC
40 M – Acid reflux
– Bloating
– Constipation
– Crohn's disease  
47 F – Hoarseness in throat – Thyroid cancer S.I. Landfill
38 M – No symptoms – Nodules in left lung WTC - 1 month
S.I. Landfill - 1 year
42 M

– sinus infection
– ear infections
– mono

– Myalgic enciephalomyelitis
– (post viral fatigue)

WTC
First Responder
48 M – elevated PSA
– difficulty keeping food down
– Prostate cancer
– Acid reflux
WTC
First Responder
46 M – Abdominal pain
– Cramping
– Acid reflux
– GERD
– Difficulty breathing
– Bronchitis
– Diverticulitis (Inflammation of the intestine; removed 12 inches of colon)
– Hiatal hernia
WTC
First Responder
37 M – Pain and swelling inthe right testicle
– Difficulty breathing
– Headache
– Testicular cancer
Asthma
– Acid reflux
– Recurring bronchitis and pneumonia
WTC
First Responder
39 M – Coughing
– Rapid heart beat
– Joint pain
– Dizziness
– Syncope
– Sarcoidosis WTC
First Responder
47 M – Weight loss
– Jaundice
– Pancreatic cancer
– Endocarcinoma
– Ampullary tumor
** Very rare form
WTC
First Responder
38 M – Discoloration in urine – Recurring bladder cancer
– GERD
– High-grade bladder cancer
WTC
First Responder
45 M

– Difficulty breathing
– Pneumonia
(every six weeks)

– Sarcoidosis WTC
First Responder
47 M – No symptoms – Prostate cancer WTC
First Responder
40 M – Seizure – Brain tumor WTC
First Responder
39 M – No symptoms – Renal cell carcinoma WTC
First Responder
45 M – Pain in right shoulder

– Metastatic renal cell carcinoma (kidney, scapula, rib and lymph nodes)

WTC
First Responder
58 M   – Prostate cancer
– Sleep apnea
– PTSD
WTC
First Responder
42 M – Tightness in chest
– Difficulty breathing
– Cyst in sinus
– Asthma
– Chronic sinusitis
WTC
First Responder
37 M – No symptoms

– Membranous glomerulopathy

WTC
First Responder
42 M   – PTSD
– Injured left hand and nerve damage
WTC
First Responder
46 M – Swollen lymph nodes
– Headaches
– Dizziness
– Chronic Epstein-Barr
– Chronic lymphoma
– Leukemia
WTC
50 M – No symptoms – Leukemia WTC
3 months