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How can quitting smoking help someone with HIV?

Quitting smoking has major and immediate health benefits for all tobacco users, especially those living with HIV. Quitting reduces your chances of developing serious diseases, helps you feel better and improves your quality of life.

Talk with your health care provider about programs and products that can help you quit.

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