Reaching midlife and older smokers: tailored interventions for routine medical care.

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BACKGROUND Although older adults can achieve significant health benefits from smoking cessation, few programs have specifically targeted this population. This study tested the effectiveness of an office-based smoking cessation program tailored to midlife and older smokers. METHODS This paper describes a randomized controlled trial comparing usual care… (More)

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@article{Morgan1996ReachingMA, title={Reaching midlife and older smokers: tailored interventions for routine medical care.}, author={G. D. Morgan and Earlyn Noll and C. Tracy Orleans and Barbara Rimer and Kweku Amfoh and Glenn Kunnath Bonney}, journal={Preventive medicine}, year={1996}, volume={25 3}, pages={346-54} }