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Owen was initially drawn to the social aspect of smoking and after giving up when his children were young, he started smoking heavily again when life took a stressful turn.  As he got older he started visiting the doctors more and more but his smoking was never raised with him.   Eventually he was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer. It hadn’t been caught soon enough. He had three months to live…

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'My patients, my opportunity'

Dr Roger Henderson provides an overview on the importance of helping smokers with long term conditions, to quit

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