Let's Clear the Air.

Smoking cigarettes. So easy to start, yet so hard to stop. We get it. Habits, especially bad ones, are hard to break. But, there is another option.

It's Time For A Change

Your friends were doing it. Those you worshipped — pop icons, movie stars, sports heroes— were doing it. And, when you turned 13 or 14, you decided you just had to give it a try.

We all make mistakes but you now have the option to correct it. You’re considering college or university, moving out on your own and making your own way. Now is the time to make the choice to quit or, at the very least, reduce your harm by switching to vaping.

Medicor is the first cancer clinic in Canada to support the use of high quality electronic cigarettes as part of a powerful new carcinogen-reducing strategy. To find out why, read our comments below, and the extensive collection of scientific research that we have compiled.

The Choice Is Yours.

All smokers, whether unable to quit on their own or uninterested in quitting, should immediately try a high quality brand of e-cigarette. This should be complemented with education from this website and their own supportive naturopathic doctor and/or family doctor.

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Smoking Statistics

Smokers are 20 times more likely to get lung cancer than non-smokers*

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Tobacco use accounts for over 30% of all cancer deaths*

  • WORLDWIDE ANNUAL CANCER-RELATED DEATHS: 8.2 MILLION
  • PROJECTED WORLDWIDE ANNUAL CANCER-RELATED DEATHS BY 2032: 13 MILLION
  • NEW ANNUAL CANCER DIAGNOSES: 14 MILLION
  • PROJECTED ANNUAL NEW CANCER DIAGNOSES BY 2032: 22 MILLION

Obesity raises the risk of getting endometrial, breast, prostate, and colorectal cancers**

 

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Your risk of smoking-related heart attack is reduced by 50% after 1 year (after quitting)***

More than 100 studies have found an increased risk of breast cancer with increasing alcohol intake**

* American Cancer Society, Facts & Figures, 2014        ** Center for Disease Control and Prevention  www.cdc.gov        *** Canadian Cancer Society

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