Clem Richardson
The New York Daily News
October 7, 2011

The boxes and bottles tumble out of William (Bill) Fischer’s hands onto his coffee table.

It’s a veritable pharmacy, arranged in no particular order: Nexium, Flovent, Advair, Nasonex, trazodone, Execedrin Migraine, sumatriptan succinate tablets, ProAir and bupropion.

Five years after he retired from the New York Police Department’s Emergency Service Unit, and just months shy of 10 years after he washed the last Ground Zero dust out of his hair, the drugs are an ever-present – and necessary – part of Fischer’s life.

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