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American Lung Association Highlights Three Easy Steps to Reduce Risk of Second-Leading Cause of Lung Cancer
January 10, 2017
CHICAGO, Jan. 10 -- The American Lung Association issued the following news release:

One can't see, taste or smell radon, but this gas causes lung cancer and claims an estimated 21,000 lives in the U.S. each year. It's an invisible enemy in homes across the country. In recognition of Radon Action Month, the American Lung Association offers three simple steps that Americans can take now to reduce radon exposure.

"Many people don't know that radon is radioactive . . .

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