Camquit stop smoking service running clinics in Soham

PUBLISHED: 12:05 15 January 2015 | UPDATED: 12:13 15 January 2015

Kick the habit with Camquit - left to right: Steve Tibbs from Cambridgeshire County Council, Jessica Pearce, personal health trainer from My Time Active and Andy Cornwell from Fenland District Council.

Kick the habit with Camquit - left to right: Steve Tibbs from Cambridgeshire County Council, Jessica Pearce, personal health trainer from My Time Active and Andy Cornwell from Fenland District Council.

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A stop smoking clinic is helping people to kick the habit in Soham.

Camquit, Cambridgeshire’s Stop Smoking Service, is running sessions at Staploe Medical Centre on Wednesday afternoons.

Val Thomas, consultant in Public Health at Cambridgeshire County Council, said: “There is clear evidence that you are more likely to die younger or suffer from ongoing diseases like coronary heart disease if you smoke.

“Camquit can quadruple your changes of giving up and their advice and help is free. They can put together a plan with you about how to quit and support you along the way. Give them a call.”

To get help quitting smoking, contact Camquit at 0800 018 4304, e-mail CAPCCG.camquit@nhs.net or go to http://www.camquit.nhs.uk

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