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Because you had cancer, it’s crucial that you stay on the right track to healthy living. Even if you’ve gotten sidetracked from time to time, we’re here to help you get headed back in the right direction.
Because smoking greatly adds to the health challenges you already face, one of the most valuable steps you can take is to break free from smoking.
To help you quit smoking, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has launched a new smoking cessation program designed just for cancer survivors. Even if you have been smoking for years or quit and started again, we can help you break free from cigarettes to a longer and healthier life.
|Enrollment on the Quit Line Study is now closed.|
We offer two types of support that work with your body’s natural ability to heal itself:
Over time, smokers’ bodies become used to the powerful kick delivered by nicotine. When you try to quit smoking, your body craves what it’s no longer getting. You may become restless and irritable as you begin learning how to live without nicotine. That’s why we offer nicotine patches to help curb your cravings so you can focus on your behaviors.
With your cravings quieted down, you’ll be able to focus on other factors that make you want to smoke. We’re here to help with St. Jude Tobacco Quit Line counselors. They have been trained to help you understand what triggers your urge to smoke and ways to avoid or overcome these triggers.
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