Those Who Continue to Smoke: Is Achieving Abstinence Harder and Do We Need to Change Our Interventions? - PDF

Those Who Continue to Smoke: Is Achieving Abstinence Harder and Do We Need to Change Our Interventions?
the last of the original series of Smoking and Tobacco Control Monographs begun in 1991 under the editorial direction of Donald R. Shopland, former coordinator for the Smoking and Tobacco Control Program (STCP) at the National Cancer Institute.
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