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An intensive intervention of personalised risk information and taster session increased the uptake of NHS Stop Smoking Services, increased 6-month quit rates and was likely to be cost-effective in the long term.

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Hazel Gilbert 1,*, Stephen Sutton 2, Richard Morris 1, Irene Petersen 1, Qi Wu 3, Steve Parrott 3, Simon Galton 4, Dimitra Kale 1, Molly Sweeney Magee 1, Leanne Gardner 1, Irwin Nazareth 1

1 Research Department of Primary Care and Population Health, University College London, London, UK
2 Institute of Public Health, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
3 Department of Health Sciences, University of York, York, UK
4 Smokefree Camden (Public Health), NHS Camden, London, UK
* Corresponding author Email: hazel.gilbert@ucl.ac.uk

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