To help people quit smoking.
Launched in 2008 with support from the now defunct public-private National Alliance for Tobacco Cessation, the EX plan is a project of the , a D.C.-based nonprofit organization that develops programs to address the health effects of tobacco use. The cessation program is based on personal experiences from ex-smokers and the latest scientific research from experts.
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The Ex Plan's quit-smoking program includes three main steps: , , and . Registered users can set up a personalized "," track their progress, engage with others in the , and to update their personalized cigarette tracker and access tips for dealing with an urge to smoke as it happens. The EX Plan Web site, which is available in , also includes a list of , for program participants, and for those interested in helping others quit smoking, including .