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Evaluating Patient Barriers to Tobacco Cessation Treatment

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This study was a first step in examining barriers to treatment. Although the sample size was small, it is representative and useful in providing a framework from which to improve access to tobacco cessation programs as well as encourage utilization of alternative resources.

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