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The 3rd edition of Operation Moi (s) sans tabac will begin on Thursday November 1st and will continue until the end of the month.
A collective challenge launched in November to encourage residents of the Principality to quit smoking, the “Me (s) Without Tobacco” campaign will send a strong message aimed at fighting serious diseases caused by tobacco use.
To help them in this process, the Prince’s Government has requested that the Principality of Monaco be associated, as a partner, with the operation “Moi (s) sans tabac” initiated by the French Ministry of Health.
For Didier Gamerdinger, Minister-Counselor for Social Affairs and Health:
“The collective approach really improves the chances of stopping. To this end, the health professionals of the Principality of Monaco, partners of the campaign, are at the disposal of the participants of the ‘Moi (s) sans tabac’ operation to provide them with the necessary support.”
This operation, carried out in collaboration with the Department of Social Affairs and Health, with the Princess Grace Hospital Center, is being renewed this year, in particular by distributing smoking cessation aid kits to be withdrawn free of charge from pharmacies. pharmacy of the Principality;
– either by internet www.tabac-info-service.fr ;
– by telephone at 39 89.
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