Tobacco-Free CNY (TFCNY) is a program administered by the Onondaga County Health Department that serves Onondaga, Oswego and Cayuga Counties.

Tobacco-Free CNY works to:

  • Reduce the negative impact of tobacco product and e-cigarette marketing and price promotions on youth and adults at the point of sale.
  • Increase the number of local laws and voluntary policies that prohibit tobacco use, including e-cigarettes, in outdoor areas.
  • Decrease secondhand smoke exposure in multi-unit housing, with an emphasis on policies that protect the health of low-income residents.
  • Promote policies that reduce tobacco use imagery in youth-rated movies, and on the Internet and social media.
  • Support CNY residents who want to live healthy, tobacco-free lives.34 Million Americans Still Smoke

Smoking, a main cause of small cell and non-small cell lung cancer, contributes to 80 percent and 90 percent of lung cancer deaths in women and men, respectively. Men who smoke are 23 times more likely to develop lung cancer. Women are 13 times more likely, compared to never smokers.Nov 3, 2016
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