Month: February 2019

Purpose: To examine smoking and use of smoking cessation aids among tobacco-associated cancer (TAC) or non-tobacco-associated cancer (nTAC) survivors. Understanding when and if specific types of cessation resources are used can help with planning interventions to more effectively decrease smoking among all cancer survivors, but there is a lack of research on smoking cessation modalities
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What will you do to break the cancer chain and help create a world without cancer? You can help create a future free of cancer for yourself, your family, and your community. Most cancers take years to develop. Different factors, called risk factors, can raise the chance of getting cancer over time. They are links
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