Raising the Alarm on Lung Cancer Caused by Little-Known Gas

The World Health Organisation has said that radon, an odourless, colourless radioactive gas with many isotopes, is responsible for most lung cancer cases among non-smokers.

Lung x-ray (file photo).

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