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Radiation risk is proportional to the age at which exposure to radon ends. Exposure to radon is considered safe for Canadians up to a certain concentration, 50, 200, or 400 Bq/m3. For this purpose, we have used the age of the Canadian population, and non-smoking males. For comparison, the average risk of lung cancer is about eight percent for both males and four percent for females at a baseline radon level of 10 Bq/m3.

The relative risks of radon exposure for males and females in Canada were calculated, with both the lifetime radon level and duration of exposure influencing the risk of lung cancer. As the number of years of exposure to radon increases, the risks also increase, almost linearly, up to age 60. Exposures after this age contribute little to the overall lifetime risk. In addition, the LRR for males is lower than for females.

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