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Smokers with HIV/AIDS find quitting easier with cell phone counseling – CNL
A smoking-cessation intervention delivered through mobile phones to smokers who are HIV/AIDS positive has a better success rate compared to standard treatment. Listen to Ellen Gritz, Ph.D., professor and chair, and Damon Vidrine, Dr.P.H., assistant professor, both in Behavioral Science at MD Anderson Cancer Center, discuss their research findings.

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Title: Smokers with HIV/AIDS find quitting easier with cell phone counseling – CNL
Summary: A smoking-cessation intervention delivered through mobile phones to smokers who are HIV/AIDS positive has a better success rate compared to standard treatment. Listen to Ellen Gritz, Ph.D., professor and chair, and Damon Vidrine, Dr.P.H., assistant professor, both in Behavioral Science at MD Anderson Cancer Center, discuss their research findings.
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Transcript: http://www.mdanderson.org/transcripts/smokers-with-hiv-aids-find-quitting-easier.htm