Training for non-smokers to help smokers
A new statewide study is testing a novel idea – teaching non-smokers new ways to approach and support a friend or family member about their smoking.
The study is funded by ClearWay Minnesota, an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the harm of tobacco in Minnesota.
“Friends and family really want to help their smoker quit smoking,” said Raymond Boyle, ClearWay Minnesota Director of Research.
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