Smoking Cessation

Quitting smoking is one of the best things you can do to help your cancer treatment. Quitting smoking also reduces the chance of your cancer coming back or getting another form of cancer. Whether you are scheduled to have surgery, radiation treatment or chemotherapy, quitting smoking will help you. Visit Cancer Care Ontario learn more.

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Support is available to help you quit smoking.

If you are a patient at the London Regional Cancer Program, contact the smoking cessation champion directly by telephone 519-685-8600, ext. 50366 or email; or speak with your oncologist or nurse.

Support is also available in your local community:

Telephone: 1-877-513-5333


Chatham-Kent Public Health 519-352-7270
ext. 2440
Elgin St. Thomas Public Health 519-631-9900
ext. 1227
Grey Bruce Health Unit - Owen Sound, Chatsworth, Durham, Dundalk, Hanover, Walkerton, Kincardine, Port Elgin 519-376-9420
Huron County Health Unit
(Clinic locations by appointment only - Clinton & Exeter)
Middlesex-London Health Unit 519-663-5317
ext. HELP (4357)
Oxford County Public Health
(Clinic locations - Woodstock, Ingersoll and Tillsonburg)
ext. 3496
Perth District Health Unit - Stratford 519-271-7600
ext. 722
Choices for Change - Stratford 519-271-6730
Windsor-Essex County Health Unit 519-258-2146
ext. 1208