[ RadSafe ] Radon: POWERFULLY associated with LESS lung cancer by B.Cohen
howard.long at comcast.net
Sun Jun 19 13:50:21 CDT 2011
You write, "- there happens to be a negative correlation between smoking prevalence
and radon concentration." (below).
If so, how much? I am troubled by your lack of numbers. It suggests lack of objectivity.
Non-smokers and smokers alike had FEWER lung cancer deaths when exposed to 2-4 Bq/cunic meter of radon than to smaller doses, in Cohen's massive study.
For the importance of your giving numbers, consider rat poison. It reduces total mortality rates in humans with auricular fibrillation, when taken in doses giving about twice the usual clotting time, so is taken by millions of Americans.
On Jun 19, 2011, at 3:10 AM, "Chris Hofmeyr" <chris.hofmeyr at webmail.co.za> wrote:
> there happens to be a negative correlation between smoking prevalence
> and radon concentration
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