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All our QuitNet Features, like the Forums, Journal, Expert Support, etc, were built upon proven addiction-treatment principles. Our own research, as well as the U.S. Surgeon General's Report, demonstrates that the more often, and intensely, a new ex-smoker uses these kinds of Quit-Tools, the more likely that person is to stay quit permanently. To borrow a phrase quoted by many of our successful members, "You get out of your quit what you put into it."

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A nonsmoker who is married to a smoker has a 30% greater risk of developing lung cancer than a nonsmoker living with a nonsmoker.
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