INFORMATION FOR PEOPLE WHO SMOKE OR USE TOBACCO
Smoking causes many health problems and life-threatening diseases. The best way to help yourself and your health is to quit tobacco use. When you're ready to quit, the following agencies are ready to help you.
Please click on the link below to find information in your area. A world map will come up with countries in grey. When you click on a region, you'll either see the area highlighted in red or blue. Countries highlighted in red do not provide services. If you click on the countries highlighted in blue, contact information will appear.
If you're already working with a physician, we also recommend that you ask that person to help you identify local resources.
INFORMATION FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS
The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and IASLC share many members dedicated to reducing the use and impact of tobacco worldwide. ASCO® recently published the Tobacco Cessation Guide for Oncology Providers. The guide provides tips to practitioners on how to help their patients stop using tobacco. This guide can be accessed at:
ASCO’s Cancer.Net site has information regarding tobacco use and quitting smoking including online materials and podcasts. These materials can be accessed at the site below:
The World Health Organization has current information on the global tobacco epidemic and work on tobacco control. This information can be accessed via: