Tobacco Cessation Program
Tobacco Dependency is a Chronic Condition
Smoking alone contributes to 80 percent of lung cancer deaths in women and 90 percent in men. Compared to people who have never smoked, women are 13 times more likely to develop lung cancer and men are 23 times more likely.
Lung Cancer Deaths Contributed to Smoking
Why Quit Smoking?
By quitting smoking, you will:
- Extend your life
- Reduce your risk of developing several diseases, including heart disease, high blood pressure, lung cancer and more.
- Feel healthier (You will cough less, have less sore throats and have increased stamina)
- Look better (quitting can improve wrinkles, teeth and skin)
- Have an improved sense of taste and smell
- Save money
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