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Charity calls for free help to stop smoking

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Seventy per cent of people believe nicotine replacement therapy should be free of charge, according to the British Lung Foundation survey.

The survey was conducted with over 600 members of BLF Breathe Easy Groups, a network which allows people with a lung condition to come together, share their experiences and support each other.  

Free nicotine replacement therapy is a main theme in the recent BLF Manifesto, which urges all political parties to ensure that adequate steps are being taking to support and care for all people affected by lung disease.

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