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It’s never too late to quit using tobacco. The sooner you quit, the more you can reduce your chances of getting cancer and other diseases.
The decision to quit smoking is one that only you can make. Others may want you to quit, but the real commitment must come from you.
To quit smoking for good, people who smoke must deal with both the physical and mental dependence. Fortunately, help is available to help you get through this time.
Quitting smoking can be a long and hard process. Get some tips on how to get through the rough spots.
Tips for friends and family of a person who smokes who's trying to quit.
You may have more power over whether you children start using tobacco than you think they do. Get tips for keeping kids tobacco-free here.