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First responders to the World Trade Center have inarguably dealt with far too much stress and drama in the last ten years. While some suffee from Post Traumatic Stress disorder and undiagnosable ailments choking down up to 50 pills today, the recent decision to screen American heroes through the FBI's terrorism watch list before receiving health care benefits is only adding onto that—and that's somethingmany first responders find hard to swallow. Jim Ryder of the FealGood Foundation weighs in.
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