Electronic cigarettes: a survey of perceived patient use and attitudes among members of the British thoracic oncology group.
- Publisher: BioMed Central
(issn: 1465-993X, eissn: 1465-993X)
Lung cancer | Pulmonary and Respiratory Medicine | Smoking | Cessation | Electronic cigarettes | RA0421 | Oncologists | e-cigarettes | Research | RA
BACKGROUND: Smoking cessation following lung cancer diagnosis has been found to improve several patient outcomes. Electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) use is now prevalent within Great Britain, however, use and practice among patients with lung cancer has not as yet been ...
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