Research shows there has been significant progress in reducing tobacco use on campus in the eight years since the UC system implemented its 100% Smoke and Tobacco Free policy. Several tools and resources are available for individuals to continue making a difference.
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Meet with the Intervention Services Coordinator at Student Health and Counseling Services 3 times within 3 months. Services available include obtaining medication through Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) health care providers, biofeedback and individual cessation counseling.
With the support of UC Davis Health, Tong and her team have integrated tobacco treatment into cancer care. Every patient who enters the cancer center is screened for tobacco use and offered treatment. People who use tobacco are strongly encouraged to take part in SToP.
The impact tobacco use has on cancer deaths in the California is coming into sharper focus thanks to a new report by UC Davis Health researchers. The Burden of Tobacco-related Cancers in California 1988-2017 is the first report in the state to track tobacco-related cancers.
The EX Program is a personalized and convenient digital quit-tobacco program built in collaboration with Mayo Clinic that helps you beat your addictionand live tobacco-free whether you smoke, vape, dip or chew.
UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center launches a new effort that aims to support tobacco cessation among people diagnosed with cancer. The initiative is funded with a Moonshot grant from the National Cancer Institute.