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Smokers offered help giving up.

SMOKERS desperate to stub out their habit are being invited to an open evening at the Castle Medical Centre, in Kenilworth, tonight.

The session from 7pm to 8.30pm is open to people aged 35 to 55 who want to quit the deadly weed.

Mary-Anne Long, senior practice nurse, said: "We really want to encourage smokers who are ready to quit to make an appointment to see one of our advisors.

"We can give them support and advice, as well as nicotine replacement therapy or Zyban on prescription."

For free advice on stopping smoking phone the NHS Smoking Helpline number on 0800 169 0169.
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Date:Oct 3, 2005
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