SBM and SRNT urge increased funding of quitlines and research to maximize public health benefits of 1-800-QUIT-NOW on cigarette packs.

@article{Ockene2012SBMAS,
  title={SBM and SRNT urge increased funding of quitlines and research to maximize public health benefits of 1-800-QUIT-NOW on cigarette packs.},
  author={Judith K. Ockene and C. Tracy Orleans and Mitchell Zeller and Ken Wassum and Matthew P Bars and Linda A. Bailey and Prabhu Ponkshe and Shu-Hong Zhu and Danny McGoldrick and Jennifer K Carroll},
  journal={Translational behavioral medicine},
  year={2012},
  volume={2 3},
  pages={
          309-10
        }
}
Representing many of the nation’s leading tobacco control scientists, and clinical and public health practitioners, the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) and the Society for Research on Nicotine & Tobacco (SRNT) welcome the historic June, 2011 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rule on new warning labels for cigarettes. With this new rule, the United… CONTINUE READING