Radon exposure: Can we make a difference?

@article{Copes2007RadonEC,
  title={Radon exposure: Can we make a difference?},
  author={R. Copes and Jeff Scott},
  journal={Canadian Medical Association Journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={177},
  pages={1229 - 1231}
}
From a public health perspective, radon is second only to smoking as a cause of lung cancer. It is estimated to cause about 10% of lung cancers,[1][1],[2][2] or more than 2000 cases each year in Canada. Radon is recognized as a group 1 carcinogen by the International Agency for Research on Cancer.[3 
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