Marie Verna

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CHOICES is a consumer driven program for addressing tobacco in people with mental illness that employs mental health peer counselors. Since 2005, CHOICES has conducted over 298 community visits reaching more than 10,000 smokers with mental illness (about 2500/year). A telephone based outcome study was conducted in 102 outpatient smokers who received a(More)
The start-up of new HSCT centers in low-middle income countries (LMIC) has received little attention, due to a lack of local resources and expertise, despite a high frequency of malignant and non-malignant conditions, such as thalassemia and sickle cell disease, requiring transplantation. As a result, many patients are forced to go abroad when a transplant(More)
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