ABC News: Doctors fail to help teens quit smoking, study finds

September 30, 2019

ABC News reports on a new study from Boston Children’s Nicholas Chadi, MDCM, FRCPC, FAAP, and colleagues that finds despite serious risks, doctors aren’t doing enough to help young people quit smoking. Chadi points to existing interventions like nicotine replacement gum, patches, and lozenges as tools that pediatric health providers should consider to help young people quit using the addictive substance. Read more from ABC News