Instituted and grown in Texas, the Eliminate Tobacco Use Initiative continues to expand outside our founding state. States and regions can use the Eliminate Tobacco Use model to replicate all or parts of the initiative in their area. We work alongside institutions of higher education and local, state and national tobacco control partners to support them as they build their own version of Eliminate Tobacco Use.
Eliminate Tobacco Use Missouri
The University of Missouri School of Medicine is the coordinating partner for ETU Missouri with funding from the Missouri Foundation for Health. Participating institutions are the University of Missouri, MU Health Care and Partners in Prevention.
Eliminate Tobacco Use New Jersey
Eliminate Tobacco Use New Jersey was founded by The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and the New Jersey Prevention Network alongside the New Jersey Department of Health. The coordinating organization is New Jersey Prevention Network’s Tobacco-Free for a Healthy New Jersey.
Eliminate Tobacco Use Texas
The initiative’s founding partners are The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and The University of Texas System.
Eliminate Tobacco Use Virginia
Eliminate Tobacco Use Virginia is coordinated by Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Massey Cancer Center and the University of Virginia (UVA) Cancer Center.
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