The Learning Center provides materials for information purposes only. The materials are not a substitute for medical advice. Medical information can change over time. You should talk with your health care provider if you have any questions or concerns regarding your personal health situation.
Use this guide to learn more about ending your use of tobacco, including facts about tobacco use and support for quitting the habit.
Smokefree.gov is a free, accurate, evidence-based information and professional assistance to help support the immediate and long-term needs of people trying to quit smoking. This page also includes links to additional smokefree.gov websites for targeted populations such as women, teens, veterans, and individuals aged 60+.
The American Cancer Society provides statistics and facts about tobacco and its cancer related risks, guides for quitting smoking and smokeless tobacco, help for cravings and tough situations, and a guide for those trying to help a loved one quit.
MD Anderson’s Tobacco Treatment Program offers tobacco-cessation services, including in-person behavioral counseling and several tobacco-cessation medication treatments, at no cost to MD Anderson Cancer patients who are current tobacco users or recent quitters.