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Should smokers be offered assistance with stopping? (Editorial)

Citation
West R, McNeill A, Britton J, Bauld L, Raw M, Hajek P, Arnott D, Jarvis M & Stapleton J (2010) Should smokers be offered assistance with stopping? (Editorial), Addiction, 105 (11), pp. 1867-1869.

Abstract
Many governments are actively considering whether and how to provide their population with assistance with smoking cessation. Arguments have been raised against this, but these are often based on fallacies (e.g. most smokers stop without help so assistance is unnecessary). This editorial counters these fallacies so that a constructive debate can be had about the role of cessation assistance in the tobacco control strategies for a given population.

StatusPublished
AuthorsWest Robert, McNeill Ann, Britton John, Bauld Linda, Raw Martin, Hajek Peter, Arnott Deborah, Jarvis Martin, Stapleton John
Publication date11/2010
PublisherWiley-Blackwell for the Society for the Study of Addiction
ISSN 0965-2140
LanguageEnglish

Journal
Addiction: Volume 105, Issue 11

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