It advised smokers to use a number of cessation methods known to be effective, but noted that e-cigarettes are not among those, The Times reported.
Vulnerable populations — including gay and transgender people, Native Americans, people with mental illness — aren’t getting the help they need to quit smoking, according to the Surgeon General’s report.
“The biggest take-home from this report is that far too many people who want to quit aren’t getting access to the cessation treatments that we know work,” Adams told The Times.
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