Many of these products are marketed in the United States, which means the products may be less expensive than in countries with a free and open health care system. However, if you have health insurance, you probably don't need health insurance.
The following information is meant as a guide to help you find products to quit smoking, which may not have been sold in your country. You may have to look up information online. If you do, please check your state laws on what qualifies as a tobacco product and whether you are responsible for paying a doctor's bill for quitting smoking. If you need more help, talk to a doctor, a health care professional, or an experienced friend or family member.
Healthcare providers are required to give free or low-cost medical care to patients who are seriously ill or disabled, unless they have a condition that makes medical care unaffordable.
Some health plans may charge for certain services provided. For example, you could be charged a $100 deductible for an individual, or a $500 deductible for a family, for a health insurance plan to be covered by your employer. This means that the plan will not cover most items that an employer would normally cover, like prescriptions, lab tests, and other hospital and medical expenses.