Comparative Epidemiology of Dependence on Tobacco , Alcohol , Controlled Substances , and Inhalants : Basic Findings From the National Comorbidity Survey

@inproceedings{Grant2007ComparativeEO,
  title={Comparative Epidemiology of Dependence on Tobacco , Alcohol , Controlled Substances , and Inhalants : Basic Findings From the National Comorbidity Survey},
  author={Bridget F. Grant and Deborah S Hasin and S. Patricia Chou and Frederick S. Stinson and Deborah A. Dawson},
  year={2007}
}
Tobacco addiction among persons with serious mental illness (SMI) has been largely ignored. About 75 to 85% of persons with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and other SMI use tobacco; most will either die and/or have reduced quality of life because of tobacco caused medical diseases. Tobacco addiction is the most common co-occurring disorder for the SMI population. A dramatic reduction in tobacco use in the general population has occurred during the past 40 years; however, there has been almost… CONTINUE READING
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