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Tobacco cessation

Tobacco use – whether it is smoked, chewed or vaped – can lead to serious health problems. Smoking is the leading preventable cause of death and the leading cause of cancer. Smoking is also associated with poor outcomes for those with cancer.

Quitting tobacco can be difficult, but the most successful approach is a combination of getting counseling support from those who specialize in tobacco treatment and taking medication.

Thinking of quitting tobacco use?

Massey Cancer Center has two tobacco cessation programs that are designed for patients who are being treated at Massey and community-based resources for education and support.

Are you a patient?

A Breath of Fresh Air is Massey’s tobacco cessation program that offers in-person, peer support and coping strategies.

Seeking educational resources?

Connect with Massey’s tobacco cessation program that has consultative services and resources to share with community members and organizations.

What happens when you stop tobacco use?

Tobacco withdrawal

Living smoke-free