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Public Policy Position - Healthy Air | American Lung ...

... Radon. The American Lung Association supports measures to reduce
exposure to indoor radon to protect public health. ... - 195k

Is Lung Cancer Screening Right for Me? | American Lung ...

... However, there are still important ways you can reduce your lung cancer risk,
such as eliminating your exposure to tobacco smoke, radon in your ... - 245k

What Causes Lung Cancer | American Lung Association

... Radon. Radon exposure is the second-leading cause of lung cancer. Radon
is a colorless, odorless radioactive gas that exists naturally in soil. ... - 241k

Mission Moment January 2018 | American Lung Association

... Reducing Radon Risk: Did you know that exposure to radon gas is
the second leading risk factor for lung cancer? You ... - 168k

Keep Pollution Out Of Your Home | American Lung ...

... Test your home for radon, an invisible gas that causes lung cancer. Every home
should be tested since radon may be found in any home. ... - 183k

Lung Cancer Fact Sheet | American Lung Association

... It has been estimated that active smoking is responsible for close to 90 percent
of lung cancer cases; radon causes 10 percent, occupational ... - 249k

The Unwelcome House Guest: Air Pollution | American Lung ...

... Unlike those fish Ben talked about, some of the most serious threats have
no odor and are invisible, like radon gas. Breathing ... - 207k

Advocating for Lung Cancer Patients | American Lung ...

... Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer. ... We advocate for federal
funding for radon education programs and detection. What You Can Do. ... - 241k

2016 Articles | American Lung Association

... have something in common. That something is radon, an invisible
gas that causes lung cancer. Related Topics: Health ... - 199k

Ventilation: How Buildings Breathe | American Lung ...

... only risk. Concentrations of radon, which can cause lung cancer, can
increase in homes with low ventilation. High humidity ... - 186k

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