Smoking cessation services are reducing inequalities.

@article{Lowey2003SmokingCS,
  title={Smoking cessation services are reducing inequalities.},
  author={Helen Lowey and Karen Tocque and Mark A Bellis and Brenda Fullard},
  journal={Journal of epidemiology and community health},
  year={2003},
  volume={57 8},
  pages={579-80}
}
The recent introduction of the Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Bill follows a whole range of strategies and subsequent interventions aimed at reducing levels of smoking in the UK. In particular, Smoking kills: a white paper on tobacco has resulted in national investments to develop smoking cessation services both in primary care and through specialist… CONTINUE READING