Waterloo, Illinois (PRWEB) May 25, 2017 -- CR3 News has issued a publication that addresses radon awareness efforts by health care professionals. Hospitals and physicians are encouraging patients to test for radon levels in their homes. Since the public views physicians as advisers on health & prevention of disease, physicians are in a unique position to inform patients about the serious risk of radon, and to educate their patients about testing for radon levels, thereby helping to reduce the number of lung cancer deaths. This issue provides insight as to what physicians around the world are doing regarding this deadly gas.
Wallace Akerley, MD, Huntsman Cancer Institute, is a medical oncologist with greater than 30 years experience as a principal investigator on numerous clinical research trials who actively cares for patients with lung cancer. He talks about radiation seeping into many Utah homes and most families don't even know it. They learn about radon gas after being diagnosed with lung cancer.
Harold P. Wimmer, head of the American Lung Association (ALA): has weighed in on Trump's plan to slash funding and staff at the Environmental Protection Agency, calling it a "disastrous strategy."
Dr. Cynthia Wolff and Dr. Barcey Levy got their entire staffs to test for radon ... see what they found! "... We just wanted to get the word out. These are my patients, these are my friends, they need to know ..."
Citizens for Radioactive Radon Reduction (CRRR)
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Gloria Linnertz, Citizens for Radioactive Radon Reduction, https://www.citizens4radonreduction.org, +1 (618) 830-4660, [email protected]