Green Tip: Check for radon

A Lake Oswego resident's husband urges others to test for radon after her husband, a nonsmoker, died from lung cancer that spread to his lymph nodes and bones. Their home tested at 57.2 pCi/L, well over the EPA recommended action level of 4 pCi/L.

Test kits are available at most home improvement stores, as well as the Oregon Radon Protection Services office.

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