Combat to Smoke

The anti-smoking campaign takes place every year with the objective of raising awareness about the smoking risks.
Combat to Smoke

The campaign is aimed at society as a whole and has a positive approach, showing the short-term benefits, such as a reduction in heart rate and blood pressure, and the long-term benefits, such as a marked decrease in the risk of lung cancer. It also highlights something that may excite a large part of the public: that it is never too late to quit smoking!

Conceived and carried out by the clinical staff of the Oncoclínicas Group, the anti-smoking campaign also aims to encourage clinical research in the country, which can help expand access to care and treatment. Thus, it is possible to think of a reality with a majority of early diagnoses of lung cancer, satisfactory notification of the disease and an increasingly healthy country.

Those who want to quit smoking or help someone close to them to quit can also seek information at PICTO – Intensive Program for Smoking Cessation at Oncoclínicas Group.

Latest Campaigns

Check out the latest anti-smoking campaigns conducted by the Oncoclínicas Group.

This year’s campaign aims to guide and support those who want to quit smoking, in addition to warning non-smokers, encouraging healthy lifestyle habits and prevention.

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Smokefighting 2022 - 2021

The campaign aimed to show how the prospects for a healthier future are allied with an end to smoking.

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Smokefighting 2020

With the participation of former basketball player Hortência, the campaign showed the benefits of quitting smoking and the benefits that this brings to people’s lives.

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Smokefighting 2019

The campaign focused directly on the smoker, showing him the benefits of quitting over time.

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Smokefighting 2018
Lung cancer

Lung cancer

Among all neoplasms, lung cancer is the most incident type (with occurrence of new cases) and the one that causes the greatest number of deaths worldwide.
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