Tom McCloskey

Tom trained as a biochemist and cancer researcher and quit smoking when it became clear that it was robbing his health and costing a lot of money.   Tom has spent over 30 years working as a pharmacist, seeing the ravages of tobacco-related health problems.  He is now involved in the treatment of tobacco addiction and works as a clinical pharmacist with a local physicians’ office group.

November 9, 2016
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Quitting smoking is a life-changing event

by Thomas McCloskey PharmD, MS I look back now with pride, some 33 years ago at the day I quit smoking.  That is a mental stretch for me now in my late 50’s, but it is a date I consider one of the most important I’ve ever lived.  A true milestone.  The […]