Jan 20, 2020

Smoking Cessation Counseling Beliefs and Behaviors of Outpatient Oncology Providers

After completing this course, the reader will be able to: This article is available for continuing medical education credit at Many cancer patients continue to smoke after diagnosis, increasing their risk for treatment complications, reduced treatment ...

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