Did you know that lung cancer is the second most common type of cancer in adults in the United States?
It is also the leading cause of death from cancer.
Treatment for lung cancer is much more effective when the disease is caught in its earlier stages.
Unfortunately, though, most people with lung cancer do not experience symptoms until the disease has spread.
Some people do experience subtle symptoms of early-stage lung cancer, but these symptoms more often stem from other health issues or factors such as smoking.
Most people know that smoking is the leading cause of lung cancer deaths in the United States.
Many people have no idea that the second leading cause of lung cancer is due to exposure to radon gas.
Long term exposure to elevated levels of radon gas in your home will put you and your family at risk for lung cancer.
In the article below, we describe early symptoms of lung cancer, when to see a doctor, and testing your home for radon.