- About Lung Cancer
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- Our Team
Get Help to Quit Smoking
We are committed to helping our patients, and the community at large, in their smoking cessation efforts. It is particularly important to us, given that an estimated 85 to 90 percent of lung cancers are related to tobacco use. Even if you have smoked for many years, you can still benefit from quitting today.
The Tools to Quit Smoking Now Program is offered through the UF College of Medicine and UF Area Health Education Centers. Please visit the Tobacco Free Together site for information on how to participate.
The links below are provided as a courtesy to our patients and others wishing to break their tobacco addiction. We do not review or endorse the content or performance of these sites. Specific questions about quitting smoking should be directed to your doctor or other skilled healthcare provider. Please take the time to read through some of these materials; and ask about how we can help you when you come to visit us in clinic.
- American Cancer Society –Guide to Quitting Smoking
- Centers for Disease Control – Smoking & Tobacco Use Resources
- Helpguide.org – How to Quit Smoking
- Nicotine Anonymous
About Lung Cancer
- Phone: (352) 265-0649
- Medical Oncology: (352) 265-0725
- Pulmonolgy: (352) 273-8740
- Thoracic Surgery: (352) 265-5470
Fax: (352) 273-9154