Air Pollution and Cancer
The "C"-word is not something that should be tossed around lightly. People who have had cancer affect their family or themselves know it is this is not a subject to use casually, so we’d like to take a brief look at the potential connection between indoor air pollution and cancer.
According to Cancer Research UK, there are two types of indoor air pollution that are most likely to cause cancer: cigarette smoke and radon gas. The organization found that radon, a naturally-occurring gas, contributes to roughly 3% of lung cancer cases, while second-hand smoke has been well-documented as a contributor to cancer and other diseases.
Agcen HEPA air purifiers can absorb and decompose smoke and radon gas, then bring you cleaner indoor air.