Helping smokers quit for good with counselling and medication

Research shows that smokers who try to quit on their own rarely succeed.
Research shows that smokers who try to quit on their own rarely succeed.PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - There were some who smoked up to 100 sticks of cigarettes a day, while a few were as young as 12.

These are among the 109 new patients that the smoking cessation programme run by the National Addictions Management Service (NAMS) at the Institute of Mental Health (IMH) has registered since its launch in April 2017.

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