The Memorial Glade acknowledges those whose illnesses and deaths have come years after the towers collapsed.

Every year on September 11, relatives and friends of people killed at the World Trade Centre return to the memorial that fills the footprints of the towers. The mayor, other top city officials, even presidential candidates, have joined them as the victims' names are read. Many run their fingers over some of the thousands of names etched in bronze and wedge stems of flowers into the letters.

But there is another anniversary related to the attacks, one that often receives far less attention: May

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