High quality communication in tobacco treatment programs with lung cancer screenings was significantly associated with self-efficacy for smoking cessation.
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Guideline offers simple practice changes that may increase effectiveness of tobacco-dependence pharmacotherapy.
One-year abstinence higher with e-cigarettes than other nicotine replacement products
E-cigarette use was 9.8% among current smokers, 1.1% among former smokers, and 0.6% among nonsmokers.
The authors note that e-cigarettes seem to double the likelihood of achieving abstinence and are as effective as nicotine replacement therapy for supporting cessation.
No evidence that varenicline, bupropion, or nicotine replacement increase probability of abstinence
Overall, 22.7 percent received smoking cessation pharmacotherapy, most often the nicotine patch
Ninety-seven percent of smoking patients with MI received counseling, but few have SCM use
Even patients quitting in their 60s can add years to their lives, researchers find
Three years into the campaign, ads targeting smoking are still having a significant impact, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.