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Leadership & Professional Development

The Power of Videotaped Personal Statements of Patients With Lung Cancer: A Recruitment Strategy for Smoking Prevention and Cessation Programs

Virginia Luftman
Catherine A. Martin
Greg Guenthner
Susanne M. Arnold
Timothy W. Mullett
Malhar Jhaveri
ONF 2011, 38(1), 11-14 DOI: 10.1188/11.ONF.11-14

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