Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) partners with medical providers to offer radon education and lung cancer prevention initiatives.
This partnership may meet the requirements of various accreditation programs including the Commission on Cancer’s Cancer Program Standards. MDH can offer a variety of services and resources to our medical partners. MDH can provide:
This is a free program and all materials are free. The medical provider decides what level of participation is appropriate.
Physicians, nurses and health care professionals are in an ideal position to educate patients and the larger community about this potentially preventable cause of lung cancer death. We believe working with hospitals, cancer centers, and clinics would be an ideal opportunity for partnership.
Cancer Survivors Againts Radon (CanSAR) is a nonprofit organization founded in Illinois that works to share stories of those whose lives have been affected by radon-induced lung cancer.
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