Official Reports on Radon
and Lung Cancer Case-Control Study
The latest and largest-ever epidemiological study on the risks of residential
radon. At the EPA “action level” (4 pCi/L), the lung cancer risk to women
increases by 50%. U of Iowa (May, 2000)
of Exposure to Radon: BEIR VI (1999)
Summary of the Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiation VI Report. The
National Academy of Sciences (1998)
BEIR VI - Executive Summary
An update on the health risks of indoor radon in drinking water and air.
The National Academy of Sciences (1999)
EPA Radon Publications
A Citizen's Guide to Radon (1992). Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide
to Radon (1993). A Physician's Guide to Radon (1993). Consumer's Guide
to Radon Reduction (1992). Radon Mitigation Standards (1994). Radon Resistant
New Construction. The U.S. EPA
Sites on Radon and Radiation
Comparison of Radon Mitigation Methods
RadonSeal deep-penetrating sealer seals basements against water seepage, dampness, molds, and even radon gas. It does not impact the house appearance and saves on energy in treated air.
Radon Measurement Methods
A technical comparison of atmospheric radon measurement methods for homeowners and experts. Integrated
How Radon Causes Lung
“It's Perfectly Safe, But Don't Breathe Too Deeply” report on lung
cancer risks. Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility.
Has Caused Most Cancers and Heart Disease
Studies show that radiation from medical procedures has played a role
in causing over 50% of cancer deaths and coronary heart disease in the
US during the twentieth century. Dr. John Gofman
History of nuclear mania
From Wilhelm Roentgen to A-bombs and nuclear power plants.
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