Smoking cessation, version 1.2016 clinical practice guidelines in oncology

Peter G. Shields, Roy S. Herbst, Douglas Arenberg, Neal L. Benowitz, Laura Bierut, Julie Bylund Luckart, Paul Cinciripini, Bradley Collins, Sean David, James Davis, Brian Hitsman, Andrew Hyland, Margaret Lang, Scott Leischow, Elyse R. Park, W. Thomas Purcell, Jill Selzle, Andrea Silber, Sharon Spencer, Tawee TanvetyanonBrian Tiep, Hilary A. Tindle, Reginald Tucker-Seeley, James Urbanic, Monica W Hooper, Benny Weksler, C. Will Whitlock, Douglas E. Wood, Jennifer Burns, Jillian Scavone

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Abstract

Cigarette smoking has been implicated in causing many cancers and cancer deaths. There is mounting evidence indicating that smoking negatively impacts cancer treatment efficacy and overall survival. The NCCN Guidelines for Smoking Cessation have been created to emphasize the importance of smoking cessation and establish an evidence-based standard of care in all patients with cancer. These guidelines provide recommendations to address smoking in patients and outlines behavioral and pharmacologic interventions for smoking cessation throughout the continuum of oncology care.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1430-1468
Number of pages39
JournalJNCCN Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network
Volume14
Issue number11
StatePublished - Nov 1 2016

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Shields, P. G., Herbst, R. S., Arenberg, D., Benowitz, N. L., Bierut, L., Luckart, J. B., Cinciripini, P., Collins, B., David, S., Davis, J., Hitsman, B., Hyland, A., Lang, M., Leischow, S., Park, E. R., Purcell, W. T., Selzle, J., Silber, A., Spencer, S., ... Scavone, J. (2016). Smoking cessation, version 1.2016 clinical practice guidelines in oncology. JNCCN Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, 14(11), 1430-1468.