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Palo Alto University Creates Free Online Stop Smoking Study

Monday, November 13, 2017

Introducing a new bilingual stop smoking study conducted entirely online at SFStopSmoking.org (en Español: sfdejardefumar.org).

Adult smokers can use this free site via smartphones, tablets, or computers to download a stop smoking guide, access tracking tools, and receive text messages to help them quit smoking.

A team of health professionals based at Palo Alto University in Silicon Valley and Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital consulted with San Francisco Health Network patients to create this new online tool and share it with any U.S. adult smoker who wants to quit.

This study is funded by the Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program and is approved by the University of California, San Francisco, Palo Alto University, and the San Francisco Department of Public Health

For more information contact Professor Ricardo F. Muñoz, Ph.D. and the SFstopsmoking team: stopsmoking@paloaltou.edu  (650) 433-3868