Published in Cancer Weekly, May 31st, 2005
According to published research from New Zealand, "Numerous studies have suggested that long-term exposure to radon gas may be an important cause of lung cancer, yet the precise effects are still not fully understood, especially in residential settings."
"This paper considers whether there is a relationship between the distribution of naturally occurring radon gas and lung cancer incidence in Scotland, for the period 1988-1991. We use regression analysis to test whether exposure to radon was a significant cause of lung cancer in Scotland, once...
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