To reduce the risk of developing lung cancer, tobacco control is very important, and for those who have been diagnosed with lung cancer, quitting tobacco is extremely important. Even if cancer is in later stages, quitting has been shown to help people with lung cancer live longer. It also lowers the chances of relapse or getting another lung cancer, which is especially important for people with early-stage lung cancer.

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Alternatives for Tobacco Use- To help you quit tobacco use, consult your health care provider to prescribe medicines to help. It could be by Nicotine replacement therapy (Low dose of nicotine without toxins found in smoke) or medicines that do not contain nicotine and are not habit-forming. 

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