Lynchburg Journal of Medical Science
Bernard Toney Jr., DMSc, PA-C
Smoking cessation is necessary for a smoker to improve their health outcomes. Multiple studies show smokers are more likely to quit if given a combination of behavioral support and medication. Primary care offices provide great opportunities for smokers to receive smoking cessation interventions. Additional research is needed to identify the most effective behavioral therapies.
Medlock M. Behavioral Support Combined With Pharmacotherapy For Smoking Cessation. Lynchburg Journal of Medical Science. 2023; 5(1).
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