Smokers are failing to quit after being diagnosed with cancer
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Smokers are failing to quit after being diagnosed with cancer

Dion Smyth Lecturer-practitioner in cancer and palliative care, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Birmingham City University

People kept on smoking after being diagnosed with cancer because they thought the treatment was becoming less effective and due to the rising cost to them and their healthcare provider, a US study found.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 18, 4, 10-10. doi: 10.7748/cnp.18.4.10.s10

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