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Scary Smokes: FDA Proposes New Cigarette Labels

Moffitt expert says U.S. is playing catch-up in global tobacco control efforts. Read More


Lung Cancer Awareness

World Lung Cancer Day: Screening Saves Lives

Low-dose CT scans can help those at high risk. Read More


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Moffitt Continues the Countdown to Quit Smoking

Study evaluates reduced or low-nicotine cigarettes as a new way to quit smoking Read More


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Unfiltered Truth: No Safe Way to Smoke Tobacco

Moffitt expert weighs in on latest health study of filtered, unfiltered and light cigarettes. Read More


Lung Cancer Stigma

What Keeps Cancer Patients from Quitting Cigarettes?

Moffitt experts work to disarm “lung cancer stigma” Read More


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Embracing the New Normal

Two and a half years after bladder cancer, Craig Graham is getting back to life and living healthier. Read More


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Fighting Cancer While Smoking: Costs Beyond Health?

New study attempts to estimate financial impact when cancer patients smoke. Read More


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Breath of Fresh Air

Implementation of smoke-free policies improves health Read More


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E-cigarettes Best for Helping Smokers Quit

New study shows that e-cigarettes are better than traditional nicotine-replacement therapy for smoking cessation Read More


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FDA Strikes to Snuff Out Flavored e-Cigarettes and Menthol Cigarettes

The federal agency wants to restrict the sale of flavored e-cigarettes and take menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars off the shelf. Read More


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The Great American Smokeout 2018: Tips to Quit

The Great American Smokeout is an opportunity for smokers to commit to a healthy, smoke-free life and learn about the tools they can use to quit. Read More


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Besides Smoking, What Causes Lung Cancer?

While cigarette smoking is the most common lung cancer risk factor, about 15 percent of lung cancer diagnoses occur in people who have never smoked. Read More


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FDA Puts Stores on Notice — Stop Selling E-Cigarettes to Kids

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is cracking down on the sale of vaping products to teenagers. Read More


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Opponents Sue to Speed Up e-cigarette Regulation

A Moffitt researcher cautions a compromise to maximize public health benefit. Read More


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E-Cigarettes OK to Quit Smoking

Smokers hoping to crush out their last butt might consider weaning themselves off the habit with temporary help from e-cigarettes. Read More


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Five Things to Know About a Lung Cancer Screening

What is a low-dose CT scan? Who should get a lung cancer screening? Find the answers to these questions are more. Read More


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The Great American Smokeout

On the third Thursday of November, countless tobacco users across the nation will take an important step toward bettering their health by participating in the Great American Smokeout. Read More


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Why Do Healthy Nonsmokers Get Lung Cancer?

While the likelihood of a nonsmoker developing lung cancer is much lower than that of a similarly situated smoker, studies show that the number of lung cancer diagnoses in people who have never smoked is steadily on the rise. Read More


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Secondhand Smoke and Cancer – The Threat Is Very Real

Some people are surprised to learn that breathing in secondhand smoke from a burning cigarette, cigar or pipe is just as hazardous as smoking itself. Read More


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Infographic: What Happens to Your Body When You Quit Smoking

Thinking about kicking the habit but think it’s too late? Quitting at any age can give back years to your life. Read More


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World No Tobacco Day Encourages Everyone to Quit for 24 Hours – or for Good

World No Tobacco Day, which is sponsored by the World Health Organization and observed around the globe, is intended to encourage everyone to abstain from using all forms of tobacco – including smoking, chewing and dipping – for at least 24 hours. Read More


COMMUNITY OF COURAGE

STORIES TO INSPIRE YOU ON YOUR JOURNEY THROUGH CANCER