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January issue of CR3 News—The Fight Is On

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Our January issue of CR3 News, our electronic magazine is distributed through PRWeb, facebook and email campaigns.

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Gloria Linnertz
Citizens for Radioactive Radon Reduction

CR3 News November Issue celebrates National Lung Cancer Awareness and Veterans Day

Hope you will open, read, and share our electronic magazine, CR3 NEWS, this
month which highlights many veterans saving lives with radon reduction and our
radon-induced lung cancer survivors advocating for lung cancer awareness and
prevention on capitol hill and at the National Press Club! We appreciate the
talents and determination of our publisher, Jackie Nixon, lung cancer survivor
and publisher of our magazine. https://view.joomag.com/2017-citizens-for-radioactive-radon-reduction-news-november-issue/0067864001507578599?short

Gloria Linnertz, President/Founder
Citizens for Radioactive Radon Reduction

See The Latest Issue of CR3 News

Hello all,
I wanted to share this with all of you.
Congratulations to Jackie Nixon, lung cancer survivor, on another very successful CR3 News Electronic Magazine
Of course, you can find all of the fabulous issues here:


My most favorite is Dr. Wally Akerley’s issue.
Gloria Linnertz
618 830 4660

We are a nonprofit dedicated solely to radon reduction

Radon Awareness and Health Care

NATIONAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH: CR3 News Volume - Black History Special Edition

Hope you can receive this and share.

Thank you sincerely,
Gloria Linnertz/President-Founder
(CR3) Citizens for Radioactive Radon Reduction.org
618 830 4660


CR3 News
Black History Special Edition
African American Contributions
Radon Awareness & Lung Cancer

This issue highlights February National Black History Month and those African Americans who have contributed to the cause of saving lives. Their past and present efforts assist in the goals of public awareness and solutions to fix this deadly gas called Radon, promote radon testing and mitigation, and advance the use of radon-resistant new construction practices.

Magazine Description

NH Senator Jeff Woodburn Receives Appreciation from CRRR

Michael Talotta, Citizens for Radioactive Radon Reduction, Inc. Vice President, presents NH Senator Jeff Woodburn a plaque of appreciation for his work and sponsorship of NH SB405 which requires certification of radon mitigators. http://legiscan.com/NH/text/SB405/id/1032285/New_Hampshire-2014-SB405-Enrolled.html

Healthy Homes Conference May, 2014

My abstract presentation will focus on how individual and personal connection is powerful and productive in radon awareness, education, and action in preventing radon-induced lung cancer.

CanSAR President Liz Hoffmann's Words Speak Volumes

To see interview go to the Link.

MILWAUKEE -- Elizabeth Hoffmann has been in and out of hospitals and labs, being poked and prodded, for more than eight years, since the non-smoker was diagnosed with lung cancer because, she says, of an unsafe home.

Hoffmann says her diagnosis was baffling; at the time, she was 37 years old, healthy, and had never smoked or even been around second-hand smoke.

Hoffman says she went to her doctor with a persistent, dry cough that she thought was caused by allergies. But she says her doctor ordered a chest x-ray and found a five-centimeter malignant tumor in her lung.

Hoffman says a cousin who is a nurse unlocked the mystery behind her diagnosis by suggesting she test for radon in her Milwaukee home where she has lived for 22 years.

Plea to the House Appropriations Interior Environment Subcommittee: Protect Against the Silent, Invisible Killer--Radon.

Colorado Rep. Sue Schafer to speak at "Capital Steps to Radon Action!"

CONTACT: Representative Schafer – 303.918.2660|
|Deputy Communications Director Megan Dubray – 405.596.8261|



Wednesday, Jan. 25; Noon
Rep. Schafer to speak at Radon Action Rally

WHAT: Join Rep. Sue Schafer when she speaks at the Radon Action Rally hosted by Cancer Survivors Against Radon (CanSAR). This rally is to help raise public awareness about Radon gas, one of the leading causes of lung cancer in the state. Rep. Schafer will be discussing her bill (HB-1165) that will require Radon testing to be conducted prior to selling a home.

WHO: Sue Schafer (D-Wheat Ridge)
Faye Dugan, Colorado Coordinator, CanSAR
And others

WHERE: Colorado State Capitol (map)
West Steps
200 E. Colfax
Denver, Colorado 80203

WHEN: Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012 at Noon