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|Posted: Mon Feb 25, 2008 3:05 pm Post subject: Online Support
|Numerous Web sites have popped up aimed at helping smokers quit, such as Smokefree.gov, created by the Tobacco Control Research Branch of the National Cancer Institute National Cancer Institute.
Jacqueline Stoddard, a behavioral research scientist and a consultant with the TCRB, points out that online tools are only effective when combined with a concrete plan and timeline for quitting.
"You are going to see a broad range of results for , with relatively high quit rates among the smokers who are ready to quit right away and ready to use a vast array of resources to assist them, and very low quit rates among those smokers who haven't yet set a quit date or begun preparations for that day,” she says
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