Tobacco is addictive, but kicking the habit is a little easier with the help of Norris Cotton Cancer Center's Tobacco Cessation Clinic. The clinic is open to anyone who wants to end their dependence on tobacco.
What to expect
The clinic begins with a one-hour initial visit that determines your history of tobacco use, prior quit attempts, medical history, and includes a physical exam. This thorough examination of your tobacco habits directly aids us in addressing your concerns about quitting. We'll include a review of medications that are available to help a person quit during our initial visit with you.
Ongoing sessions provide a supportive approach to quitting without judgement or blame, offer motivation, and assist in modifying behavior, assessing progress, and coping with withdrawal.
We know that quitting is difficult. It takes real dedication to give up tobacco, and it's especially difficult to do alone. That's why we're here.
For more information
For more information about the Tobacco Cessation Clinic, contact us.
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