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We design and develop a predictive model that estimates health and economic outcomes associated with smoking cessation interventions using discrete-event simulation (DES). Outcomes include estimates of sustained abstinence from smoking, quality of life years gained, cost of treatment, additional healthrelated morbidity due to long-term effects of smoking (e.g. lung cancer, stroke), and cost-effectiveness of the various smoking cessation options. Interventions assessed include nicotinedoi:10.1109/wsc.2014.7019982 dblp:conf/wsc/MayorgaRWK14 fatcat:kpmwjdddsrcbnobqapn4ey66ci