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|Title:||Prevalence and correlates of current smoking among medical oncology outpatients.|
|Authors:||Regan T; Carey M; Bryant J; Waller A; Mansfield F; Sitas F; Tracey E|
|Categories:||Prevention - Interventions to Prevent Cancer: Personal Behaviours (Non-Dietary) that Affect Cancer Risk|
|Abstract:||Continued smoking following a cancer diagnosis has adverse impacts on cancer treatment and puts individuals at risk of secondary cancers. Data on the prevalence and correlates of smoking among cancer patients are critical for successfully targeting smoking cessation interventions.|
|Division:||Cancer Research Division|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Articles|
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