Motivating patients to stop doing something: smoking cessation

P. Hajek (London, United Kingdom)

Source: Annual Congress 2013 –PG8 How to encourage compliance with therapy
Session: PG8 How to encourage compliance with therapy
Session type: Postgraduate Course
Number: 35
Disease area: Airway diseases

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