Friday, January 14, 2011

Lung Cancer Causes - Environmental Causes of Lung Cancer

"Exposure to radon in the home is the second-leading cause of lung cancer and the leading cause in nonsmokers."

So if radon causes lung cancer in non-smokers, how many smokers have contracted lung cancer due to radon, rather than smoking?

Lung Cancer Causes - Environmental Causes of Lung Cancer

2 comments:

  1. Excellent question - I think we should be told. Certainly radon would have a greater chance of doing lung damage than smoking could ever do, and an even greater chance still than so called 'passive smoking'.

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  2. Yeah, it would be nice to get an (honest) answer to this question, wouldn't it?

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