The Nova Scotia Health Cancer Care Program provides information for patients who have been diagnosed with lung cancer and their families.
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It is never too late to quit using tobacco.
Quitting tobacco use after a cancer diagnosis:
If you want to quit:
The Canadian Cancer Society offers a free, confidential, telephone-based Peer Support program.
This program connects people living with lung cancer with a lung cancer survivor who is a trained volunteer. The volunteer listens, offers encouragement and shares ideas for coping – all from their unique perspective as someone who’s been there.
Family members can also be connected with volunteers who have cared for a person with lung cancer.