Stop cancer: quit smoking


A third of all cancers are directly linked to tobacco use, so it’s obvious that quitting smoking can have a significant impact on cancer prevention. The list of dangers connected with smoking is long, not to mention the other unpleasant side effects like losing your sense of smell or taste, chronic fatigue, and more.

Even those who have smoked for decades know it is harmful to their health and often express their desire to quit. Yet their difficulty is nothing to feel ashamed about - nicotine is an extremely powerful drug as it creates a very complex addiction.
All we can do is encourage these smokers in their well-intentioned efforts to seek out all available means to help them overcome their addiction.