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Monday, February 13, 2012

Quit Smoking with the Comprehensive Smoking Treatment Program at Penn

Frank T. Leone, MD, MS, associate professor of medicine, is director of the Comprehensive Smoking Treatment Program at Penn Medicine.

Nicotine addiction is complex. People who are addicted to nicotine know it’s bad for them, yet they can’t stop. And those who aren’t addicted to nicotine can’t understand why smokers can’t quit. Even family members and friends have a hard time understanding nicotine addiction.

In this video, Dr. Leone discusses what patients can expect when they commit to a healthier lifestyle through the Comprehensive Smoking Treatment Program at Penn Medicine.





You can listen to Dr. Leone talk more about smoking-related health complications and how those who smoke find it hard to quit – even with the growing trend against smoking in public locations.

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