Kentucky Press News Service
She knew better and did nothing.
For Lois Turner Dees, that’s the most frustrating part of knowing radon in her home contributed to her diagnosis of lung cancer.
She knew radon was a dangerous, known cause of lung cancer and prevalent in Central Kentucky, but she never had her home tested.
“It just wasn’t a high priority,” said Dees. “We knew you could have radon tests; we just didn’t get it done.”