“It’s really simple. Test your house. Save your family’s lives. It has to be a priority; it needs to be a priority.”
– Dr. Timothy Vermillion, from Breathing Easier: An Informational Radon Video for Physicians
More Voices of Radon: Video Links
Breathing Easier–An Informational Radon Video
Listen to the long or short version of this video from the Iowa Cancer Consortium. Featured are two physicians and CanSAR member, survivor, and radon awareness advocate Gail Orcutt.
Long version (23 minutes)
Short version (12 minutes)
Radon Advocates (and Patients) Speak Out
A compilation, on the Radon Professionals Video Channel, of 10 videos, mostly featuring radon-induced lung cancer patients
The heartbreaking story of a radon-induced lung cancer patient from the Rocky Mountain Chapter of American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (AARST)
Radon Information Links
President’s Cancer Panel–Environmental Factors in Cancer (Summary)
The World Health Organization–Radon and Lung Cancer 2016 Update
WHO (World Health Organization) HANDBOOK ON INDOOR RADON-A PUBLIC HEALTH PERSPECTIVE
The American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (AARST)
The radon industry organization provides information on radon and radon testing and mitigation professionals.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency provides the latest radon information and risk assessments.
Radon information site providing radon infographic, and links to radon professionals and radon test kits.
Radon Leaders Saving Lives
A collaborative effort of the Conference of Radon Control Professionals, AARST, and the U.S. EPA to provide radon information and news updates
Lung Cancer Support Links
A web-portal to strengthen the lung cancer community–an initiative of the Dusty Joy foundation
The Lungevity Foundation provides online lung cancer support and live chat with doctors & patients.
Provides peer support, forums & stories
A foundation formed in memory of Joan Scarangello McNeive, a New York Journalist focusing on raising awareness of lung cancer, prevention and cure
Matches and individually pairs a person touched by cancer (a cancer fighter or survivor) with someone who has fought and survived