Indoor Radon

A new report today adds to the growing body of scientific proof linking indoor radon gas levels and lung cancer. Radon occurs in certain rock and soil formations and it's odorless, invisible and without taste. As NPR's Richard Harris reports, significant levels raise the risk of lung cancer for all who are exposed, especially smokers.

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