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Madison Free Clinic

Virginia Indoor Radon Program

Exposure to indoor radon, a colorless, odorless radioactive gas, is thought to be the second leading cause of lung cancer, and the leading cause of lung cancer among people who have never smoked.  Exposure to radon may contribute to 21,000 cases of lung cancer each year in the United States, including almost 700 cases per year in Virginia.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) classifies radon risk areas as Zones 1, 2, or 3.  Virginia has 46 counties and 15 cities that are classified as Zone 1 (high risk), and 24 counties and 8 cities classified as Zone 2 (moderate risk).  Click here for a VA risk map.  Testing your home, workplace or other normally occupied area is the only way to know for sure if an indoor radon problem exists.  For more details about radon testing and mitigation, see this page:  Radon Testing & Mitigation Radon informational brochures and documents are available here: Radon Publications.

VDH is making a limited supply of short-term, do-it-yourself radon test kits available for only a $3 shipping fee.  NOTE: This offer is only available between the dates of September 1 and May 31. To order your $3 test kit click on this link.

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If you are between the ages of 18-64 and need a 2022 Influenza vaccination, please give us a call at 540-948-3667 to schedule an appointment. This service is free and open to those who live or work in Madison County, regardless of income or insurance status.

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