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09.04.14

Ebola and September 11: National traumas, heroes, enduring legacies, and a Framework Convention on Global Health

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  343. For many Americans, that number will always be shorthand for heroism and sacrifice, for risking your own life to save others. It is the number of firefighters who died in the September 11 attack on the World Trade Center, among the 414 emergency workers killed that day. (The actual toll due to increased […]

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