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Evidence for Smoking Cessation after Cardiovascular Events – Part 2

When it comes to smoking cessation, it’s clear that “the sooner the better”. But how soon is “soon” and what additional benefits does it confer? Moreover, after a life-threatening, oftentimes traumatic cardiovascular event, does a smoker necessarily have to go the extra mile to quit smoking while keeping . . .

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