Quit Smoking. A new year’s resolution check in from IU Health.
(March 14, 2019) -
How are you doing on your new year’s resolution to quit smoking? Starting a new year with new goals can be exciting and keeping that goal throughout the year is just as exciting. Quitting smoking is a resolution that many smokers set for themselves, so how are you doing on your resolution?
The choice to quit smoking is one of the best health decisions you can make and IU Simon Cancer Center is here to help! When patients with cancer quit using tobacco products, they have meaningful improvements in their cancer treatment outcomes.
Patients of the IU Health Simon Cancer Center who are a current tobacco user or have quit within the last 30 days can enroll. To participate in the IU Simon Cancer Center Tobacco Treatment Program, call 317.944.QUIT (7848) or email [email protected].
For those of you who are not a patient of the IU Health Simon Cancer Center, there are many free resources for those looking to quit smoking including 1.800.QUIT.NOW, a free service offering coaching and referrals for other resources where you live.
If you’re one of the nearly 7 in 10 U.S. cigarette smokers who want to quit, set the goal for yourself now. Quit smoking this year, it can change your life. Click here to learn more from IU Health.
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