Help to quit smoking
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States and worldwide. About 85% of lung cancer occurs in current or former smokers.
The best way to help reduce the chance of lung cancer is to quit smoking.
As part of our mission to make people healthier and as a tobacco-free organization, Mount Nittany Health offers a lung nodule program located in State College, Pa. that is dedicated to improving the quality of life for adults by providing:
- Early detection of lung cancer
- Best practices in lung nodule care, using a multi-specialty healthcare team
For help to quit smoking, questions, or for more information about the lung nodule program, contact our lung nodule program coordinator at 814.231.6881.
|American Cancer Society: Guide to quitting smoking|
|American Lung Association|
|Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Tobacco information and prevention source|
|Clinical Outcomes Group, Inc.||800.264.1290|
|Free Quitline||800.QUIT.NOW or 800.784.8669|
|National Cancer Institute: Tobacco and cancer|
|Pennsylvania Department of Health|