MAKE THE SWITCH
Launch of Stoptober encourages thousands of smokers to quit the habit this October
Smoking remains the single biggest cause of preventable illness and death in England
People are 5 times more likely to quit for good if they can make it to at least 28 days smoke free
Smokers in England are being urged to stub out the habit as part of the annual Stoptober public health campaign launching next month, as latest statistics show smoking costs the NHS £2.4 billion a year while causing at least 15 types of cancers, including lung cancer and acute myeloid leukaemia.
Public Health and Mental Health Minister Dr Caroline Johnson said:
"Smoking is extremely addictive and can have devastating health impacts in the long term. As a paediatrician, I have seen first-hand that smoking addiction usually begins in childhood, and once started it is very difficult to quit."
"We are determined to support people to stub out the habit, so it is fantastic to see the return of Stoptober, equipping smokers with the tools and confidence they need to go smoke free."
You can learn more about stoptober here.
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