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Health Link on Air radio show recounts Sept. 11

9-11hospcardA special edition of Upstate's weekly "Health Link on Air" radio show airs at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10 on FM Newsradio 106.9, WSYR. Members of the Upstate Medical University community will share their experiences from Sept. 11, 2001.

Regina McGraw, a nurse and lawyer from the General Counsel's Office, who was in New York City that morning talks about what she saw and did. (Listen to her interview.)

Nancy Feocco and Sheila Young, respiratory therapy faculty members in the College of Health Professions, tell how they traveled to Ground Zero with students to conduct health assessments on the rescuers. (Listen to their interview.)

Michael Iannuzzi MD, who chairs the Department of Medicine, explains his research into the respiratory ailments related to Sept. 11. (Listen to his interview.)

William Grant EdD talks about about disaster preparedness, what happened 10 years ago and what would happen if something similar were to happen today. (Listen to his interview.)

Health Link regular, psychologist Rich O'Neill provides perspective on the takeaway message from Sept. 11. (Listen to his Check Up from the Neck Up.)

WSYR usually airs Health Link at 9 a.m. Sundays, but because of special programming on Sept. 11, the radio station will air Health Link at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10. If you miss the program, listen on line at www.upstate.edu/healthlinkonair.