Effective access to tobacco dependence treatment – success stories
It is necessary to help those who wish to quit by making it easier for them to obtain the wide range of interventions for cessation including behavioural therapy and pharmacological interventions. Evidence suggests that if cessation support is made available more people quit smoking successfully. Such experiences in New Zealand and England have been published in the series ‘Tools for Advancing Tobacco Control in the XXIst Century. Success stories and lessons learned’.