This Black History Month issue provides insight & awareness of the diversity of radon and its affects on African Americans, American Indians & Africa. The diversity of Radon is important because our country, workplaces & schools increasingly consist of various cultural, racial, & ethnic groups. We can learn from one another, but first we must have a level of understanding about how Radon affects each other in order to facilitate collaboration & cooperation in the resolution of this silent killer Más
Citizens For Radioactive Radon Reduction is a 501 C3 nonprofit organization with a mission of radon reduction advocacy and mentoring in the understanding of increased lung cancer risk due to exposure of radioactive radon gas in order to reduce radon exposure and help prevent radon-induced lung cancer.
Our Publication provides awareness and advocacy news regarding the initiatives to address the testing, mitigation, certification training, events and legislation. Más