Marshfield firefighters fundraise for urgent cancer prevention gear


by Sarah Craighead Dedmon

With the recent anniversary of September 11’s terror attacks high cancer rates among firefighters have received widespread attention.  According to one NY firefighters union, more than 1,000 of its 9/11 first responders have been diagnosed with cancer and respiratory issues after responding to ground zero. But cancer has become a problem for firefighters nationwide, not only city fire departments.  

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