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Surgical lung cancer patients' views about smoking and support to quit after diagnosis: a qualitative study

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Evidence suggests that quitting smoking improves symptoms as well as disease-related mortality for cancer patients. However, smoking cessation support is typically not well integrated into routine cancer care even in the case of lung cancer.. We explored surgical lung cancer patients' views about smoking and about their preferences for support to help them to quit.We conducted semi-structured, qualitative interviews with 22 surgical lung cancer patients with a smoking history, after treatment...

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Published
Peer review status:
Peer reviewed
Version:
Accepted manuscript

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10.1007/s11764-015-0477-4

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Oxford, MSD, Primary Care, Primary Care Health Sciences
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British Heart Foundation More from this funder
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Cancer Research UK More from this funder
Publisher:
Springer US Publisher's website
Journal:
Journal of Cancer Survivorship Journal website
Volume:
10
Issue:
2
Pages:
312–319
Publication date:
2015-08-23
Acceptance date:
2015-08-07
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ISSN:
1932-2267 and 1932-2259
Pubs id:
pubs:542148
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uri:baea5799-fbf1-4fc4-a374-ae90d756323c
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uuid:baea5799-fbf1-4fc4-a374-ae90d756323c
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pubs:542148
Paper number:
2

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