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COLUMBIA - The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is providing free nicotine replacement therapy through its tobacco quitline to smokers who do not have health insurance.
“Many people without health insurance delay using effective aids like nicotine gum or patches to help them quit smoking because they worry about the costs," said Sharon Biggers, director of the agency’s tobacco prevention and control division.
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