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The thought of quitting smokeless tobacco forever might be overwhelming, but could you give it up for just 24 hours? Sign up to participate in the Great American Spit-Out (GASpO), taking place on taking place on February 25, 2021, and pledge to go tobacco-free for one day. The support and resources that are available make the GASpO a great time to start your effort to quit.Many other people will be participating, and your command may have events throughout the day to help you stay motivated. One day could jump start a lifetime of healthier living!
Why quit spit tobacco?
There are many reasons to stop using spit (also known as smokeless) tobacco. Here are just a few:
Tips for quitting
Where can I get help quitting?
Although quitting tobacco is never easy, there are lots of resources available to help:
1. National Cancer Institute. Smokeless tobacco and cancer. http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/Tobacco/smokeless. Accessed February 4th, 2013.
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