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Title: Cancer diagnosis: An opportune time to help patients and their families stop smoking?
Author(s): Ozakinci, Gozde
Wells, Mary
Williams, Brian
Munro, Alastair J
Donnelly, Peter D
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Keywords: Cancer Diagnosis
Smoking cessation programmes
Issue Date: Aug-2010
Date Deposited: 29-Oct-2012
Citation: Ozakinci G, Wells M, Williams B, Munro AJ & Donnelly PD (2010) Cancer diagnosis: An opportune time to help patients and their families stop smoking?. Public Health, 124 (8), pp. 479-482.
Abstract: First paragraph: Tobacco use is the most preventable cause of cancer, ill health and premature death in developed countries. Although the decrease in smoking prevalence among adults over the last few decades has been responsible for improvements in cancer mortality rates, tobacco use continues to account for one-third of all cancer deaths and up to 90% of all lung cancer cases.
DOI Link: 10.1016/j.puhe.2010.04.006
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