A lung screening exam may not be right for you but a smoking cessation class is just what our physicians would recommend. It’s important to make your healthcare team aware of your smoking history and when you are ready ask for help quitting smoking.
Quitting Smoking Reduces Your Lung Cancer Risk
In the United States, 21% of adults are current or former smokers, and up to 90% of lung cancer deaths occur in people who are heavy smokers. Since your age and smoking history are strongly associated with lung cancer, we think quitting smoking is the right choice.
We know quitting smoking is hard. We have physicians at our primary care and neighborhood centers who can help.
Schedule An Appointment
If you want to talk to a primary care physician about quitting smoking, complete the form, and our scheduling team will contact you.