LUNG CANCER RISKS FOR NON-SMOKERS
As many as 20% of people who die from lung cancer in the United States every year have never smoked or used any other form of tobacco.
What can cause lung cancer in people who have never used tobacco? Free Radicals from:
- Radon Gas
- Secondhand Smoke
- Cancer causing agents at work.
- Air Pollution
- Gene mutations
Lifestyle changes to lower risk:
- Test your home for radon
- Avoid secondhand smoke
- Limit exposures to carcinogens at work
- Eat a healthy diet with fruits and vegetable