smoking cessation program

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An organized activity sponsored by national or local public health departments and/or voluntary agencies such as foundations dedicated to prevention and control of cancer and heart disease. Features of successful smoking cessation programs include social and moral support, nicotine patches or lozenges, and the creation of nonsmoking environments.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.

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