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Nursing interventions for smoking cessation

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The Cochrane Tobacco Addiction Group have produced many reviews of ways to help people stop smoking. One of the most accessed of these looks at the effects of nursing interventions. Doctor Virginia Hill Rice, from the Wayne State University College of Nursing and the Karmanos Cancer Institute in Detroit in the US, who did the review with Lindsay Stead from the University of Oxford in England, tells us more.

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Updated on: June 20, 2011, 15:51

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