Not sure what radon gas is and how it might affect you and your family? Join our Lung Cancer Social Media (#LCSM) chat Thursday, 11/20, 7pm CST. You don’t have to actually participate in the tweets, just follow the hashtag and so you can learn more about radon gas. This could affect anyone. Hope you’ll join us.
What action would you take to protect your family if you suspected a killer was in your home?
Radon gas is odorless, colorless, and classified as a human carcinogen by the World Health Organization, US National Academy of Sciences, US Department of Health and Human Services, and US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Approximately 21,000 Americans will die from radon-induced lung cancer this year. Indoor exposure to radon gas is the second greatest known risk factor for lung cancer. Radon exposure is a threat significant enough that nine federal agencies worked together to release the Federal Radon Action Plan in 2013.
The topic for our November 20 #LCSM Chat (8 PM EST) will focus on understanding what radon gas is, how to determine your risk, and how to reduce your risk at home. For this chat, we will be joined by some special guests:
- Dusty Donaldson, lung cancer survivor and founder of the
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