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Pharmacists: Help Your Patients Quit Smoking

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You can play a key role in fighting tobacco use, the number one cause of preventable death and disease in the United States. You see many of your patients regularly. They come to you with questions about their medicines and their overall health. Many of your patients may be tobacco users who want to quit.

The Tips From Former Smokers (Tips) campaign can be a conversation starter. The campaign offers resources for you as well as your patients. With CDC's support, you can help more patients live smokefree lives.


I'm ready to help my smoking patients quit. How can I get started?

Congratulations on your dedication! Following are some resources to help you with this very important work:

How can I help my patients become smokefree?

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I'm ready to quit! Free resources provided by Smokefree.gov
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