alexa Integration of tobacco cessation services into multidisciplinary lung cancer care: rationale, state of the art, and future directions.
Oncology

Oncology

Journal of Lung Cancer Diagnosis & Treatment

Author(s): Warren GW, Ward KD, Warren GW, Ward KD

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Abstract Tobacco use is the largest risk factor for lung cancer and many lung cancer patients still smoke at the time of diagnosis. Although clinical practice guidelines recommend that all patients receive evidence-based tobacco treatment, implementation of these services in oncology practices is inconsistent and inadequate. Multidisciplinary lung cancer treatment programs offer an ideal environment to optimally deliver effective smoking cessation services. This article reviews best practice recommendations and current status of tobacco treatment for oncology patients, and provides recommendations to optimize delivery of tobacco treatment in multidisciplinary practice.
This article was published in Transl Lung Cancer Res and referenced in Journal of Lung Cancer Diagnosis & Treatment

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