Prevention of Lung Cancer
From prevention through treatment, eliminating tobacco and its inherent risks from a patient’s life requires a unique partnership between the patient and their healthcare provider. Together, along with the resources you’ll find here, we can help reduce the occurrence of lung cancer in Maine – and prevent many of the deaths associated with this highly preventable disease.
Radon Treatment & Testing
Prolonged radon exposure is the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. Learning about the dangers of radon – and its remedies – is especially important for Maine residents: one in three homes in the state will test positive for higher than normal levels of radon, either in the air or the well water.*
The only way to know whether a house has high levels of radon is to test for it. Learn More >
*Maine Center for Disease Control & Prevention