In the United States forty percent of cancers diagnosed are linked to tobacco use, and while quitting smoking can help improve health outcomes for cancer patients, a recent study found that only about half of cancer survivors who smoked reported making a quit attempt in the past year. Health care providers are important motivators for patients to stop smoking, and in order to get the word out to health care providers who treat cancer patients and survivors the CDC has launched some free resources to help .

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