We offer an integrative approach to help tobacco users quit. This includes cigarette, cigar and hookah smokers, electronic-cigarette users, and spit tobacco users.
Our cessation clinic and classes use proven, research-based, or evidence-based methods to help you and the people you care about live a healthier life without tobacco! Make your appointment today!
The public, patients, area businesses and the Augusta University community can participate.
Let us help you, and the people you care about quit smoking cigarettes and e-cigarettes or stop chewing tobacco, for life.
At the Georgia Cancer Center's cessation program, electronic-cigarettes or e-cigarettes are not recommended as an alternative to conventional cigarettes nor as an aid to quitting. They contain toxic chemicals and metals including: propylene glycol, formaldehyde, cadmium, lead and nickel. The nicotine in electronic-cigarettes is especially harmful to the developing brain of youth. They pose a health risk to the brain of a developing baby, so pregnant women should avoid electronic-cigarettes.
Other health consequences of e-cigarettes include:
E-cigarettes do not emit "harmless water vapor." The secondhand aerosol contains nicotine, ultra-fine particles that lodge deep into the lungs, and low levels of chemical and metal toxins that are known to cause cancer.
E-cigarette Video PSAs
Visit Augusta University's tobacco-free campus website to view brief videos about health consequences of smoking e-cigarettes.