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Effect Of Policy, Economics, And The Changing Alcohol Marketplace On Alcohol Related Deaths In England And Wales

N. Sheron, I. Gilmore
Published 2016 · Medicine

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The economic downturn and rises in alcohol taxation seem to have stemmed the persistent rise in alcohol related deaths in England and Wales, but Nick Sheron and Ian Gilmore caution that changes to fiscal policy could see mortality increase once more
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