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REDUCING TOBACCO-CAUSED CANCERS IN SAN FRANCISCO

In San Francisco, we can reduce tobacco caused cancers by addressing the groups which use tobacco the most. 

 

Anyone using tobacco products is at risk. However, young adults, low income communities, the homeless and people with mental illness have smoking rates are higher than the general population.

Tobacco use remains the leading preventable cause of cancer and cancer deaths in the U.S. Cancers linked to tobacco use make up 40 percent of all cancers diagnosed.  

Learn more!

  • NCCN Guidelines
     

  • American Cancer Society 
     

  • American Lung Association

 

about tobacco caused cancers

about quitting: the truth about tobacco

 

Stop using tobacco products.

Many groups and resources are available to help - you donʻt have to do it alone.

Smoking cessation resources in San Francisco:

Jerry

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reduce your risk: stop using tobacco

 

San Francisco Cancer Initiative 2020

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