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Cancer survivors who smoke demonstrate actions toward harm reduction and cessation. They should inquire about potential resources that might facilitate their efforts among their healthcare providers and enlist support and advice from others around them to bolster their efforts.
It is important to equip clinicians with the knowledge necessary for monitoring and managing the cognitive disturbances and psychological distress experienced by at risk patients in a clinical setting.
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