The authors wish to thank the Tobacco Treatment Specialists at the University of North Carolina Tobacco Treatment Program and Suanne Harris, RN, CTTS, NCTTP, Co-Director of the Fontana Tobacco Treatment Center at the University of California San Francisco, for providing the deidentified case examples.
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