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Effects of a Systematic Approach to Tobacco Cessation in a Community-Based Practice

Donald Pine, MD; Susan Sullivan, PhD, MPH; Mary Sauser, RN; Carol David, RN

Arch Fam Med. 1997;6(4):363-367.

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