One in 4 Australians with disabilities smoke: research

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A study has found there aren’t enough tailored resources available for people with disabilities who are trying to quit smoking.

The research from Flinders University and the Cancer Council shows one in four, or 25 percent of people with disabilities smoke, compared to 12.5 per cent for the overall population.

 

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