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The Government's newly appointed liver disease tsar will be given the task of reducing the country's fifth most common cause of death. As Thomas Moore reports, Britain is the only developed country where the disease is on the rise.

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As a nation with drinking ourselves to an early grave, alcohol is one of the prime causes of liver disease, now the fifth most common cause of death in England. And today, the Department of Health will appoint clinical director to tackle the problem.

 

"How long do you actually want me to spend on?"

 

Jeanette Shiret hit the bottle after losing her job. She drank a liter and half of vodka everyday. Even though she's now teetotal. Her liver is so badly damaged that she die if she turn to booze again. She volunteers with an alcohol action team to encourage more people to get help.

 

"The pressures, yeah, everyday stress and strain of life. You end up to the life of drinking as a way to hide, hide from problems hide from .  And the unemployment  is well at the moment. That's going to make people for a feel even worse."

 

According to the British Liver Trust, the UK is the only developed country where liver disease is on the rise. In 2008, just over 16,000 people died from the disease. Deaths have increased by 12% in the last three years, but 95% of cases are preventable. This doctor who treated George best says urgent action is needed.

 

"Fear is advertising for affordability and access and just mush rooms because more people drink and more people around them will drink so it goes on. And you have to tackle the areas, if you going to reduce alcohol consumption in this country."

 

Alcohol accounts for half of all cases of liver disease. Fatty diet and hepatitis viruses largely caused through drug use and unprotected sex, are also major causes.

 

"Early diagnosis is going to be the big challenge, I think, because liver disease is very difficult to diagnose at its early stages. The symptom's roughly very vague. And many patients aren't coming forward until they actually have very serious advanced disease which is difficult for doctors to treat and also very expensive for the NHS."

 

The Department of Health is recently published a strategy to improve drug and alcohol treatment services and raise public awareness of lifestyle risks. It will be up to the new liver tsar to make it work and save lives.

 

Thomas Moore, Sky News.

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As a nation with drinking ourselves to an early grave, alcohol is one of the prime causes of liver disease, now the fifth most common cause of death in England. And today, the Department of Health will appoint clinical directer to tackle the problem

"...come to actually which spend long..."

// hit the bottle after losing her job. She drank a liter half of vodka everyday. Even though she's now tee total her liver is so badly damaged that she died she turn to boost again. She volunteers with a alcohol action team doing courage more people to get help.

"The pressure is, yeah, ever die stress strain of life. You end up to the life of drinking as a wait you hide, hide from problems hide from the class. And all employment is such well the moment. That's getting my people from living worse."

According to the British Liver Trust, the UK is the only developed country where liver disease is on the rise. In 2008, just over 60,000 people died from the disease. Deaths have increased by 12% in the last 3 years, but 95% of the cases are preventable. This doctor who treated John best says urgent action is needed.

"Fears are advertising for volunteer to access and just mushrooms because more people drink and more people around them drink so it goes on. And you have to tighten those fear if you going to reduce sell problems and alcohol consumption in this country."

Alcohol accounts for half of all cases of liver disease. Fatty diets and / viruses largely called through drug abuse and unpredicted sex are also major causes.

"Early diagnoses is going to be the big challenge, I think, because liver disease is very difficult to diagnose at its early stages. The symptom's roughly very vague. And many patients aren't coming forward until they actually have very serious advanced disease which is difficult for doctors to treat and also very expensive for the /."

The Department of Health is recently published a strategy to improve drug and alcohol treatment services and raise public awareness of lifestyle risks. It will be up to the new liver tsar to make it work and save lives.

Thomas Moore, Sky News
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As a nation with drinking ourselves to an early grave, alcohol is one of the prime causes of liver disease. Now the fifth most common cause of death in England and today the department of health will appoint clinical director to tackle the problem.

-How long do you actually just spend along?

Gennet hit the the bottle of losing her job, she drank a litre and half of Vodka everyday. Even though she is now tea total, a livery so-bad damage that she die she turn to boost again. She volunteers within the alcohol action team, doing courage more people to get help.

-The pressures,yeah, everyday you stress the strain of life, you end off sort of like drinking as a wide hide, hide from problems, hide from everything else. And all employment as well as the moments, that’s gonna might for even worse.

According to the British liver trust, the UK is the only developed coutry where the liver disease is on the rise. In 2008, just over 16,000 people died from the disease.  Death increased by 12% in the last 3 years. But 95% of cases are preventable. This doctor who treated George Best says urgent action is needed.

-...advertising access, and just much them because more people drink, more people around them drink, you have to tackle all these/ if you are going to reduce alcohol consumption in this country.

Alcohol accounts for half of all cases in liver disease,fatty diets and habitat virus largely called three drug uses and unprotected sex are also major causes.

Early diagnose is going to be the big challenge I think, because liver disease is very difficult to diagnose as in early stages and symptons are often very fake. And many patients aren’t coming forward until they have very serious advance disease which is difficult for doctors to treat.

But the department of health recently publishes a strategy doing free drug and alcohol treatment services and raise public awareness of lifestyle risks. It will be up to the new/ to make it work and save lifes.
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[Homework]2010-02-13 饮酒须慎

As a nation, we are drinking ourselves to a early grave. Alcohol is one of the prime causes of liver disease, now the fifth most common cause of death in England.  And today the department of health will appoint a clinical director to tackle the problem.
How long do you actually want me to spend on?
Jenet Shred hit the bottle after losing her job. She drank a litar of  Vodka every day. Even though she is now tea-total, her liver is so badly damaged that if she died she turned to booze again. She volunteers with an alcohol action team to encourage more people to get help.
The pressure's, yeah, everyday stress strained of life. You end up with sort of drinking as a way to hide, hide from your problems, hide from everything goes, and I mean, the unemployment was one as well at the moment. That's gonna make people feel even worse
According to the British Liver Trust, the UK is the only developed country where liver disease is on the rise. In 2008, just over 16000 people died from the disease. Death has increased by 12% in the last 3 years, but 95% of cases are preventable. This doctor who treated George Best says urgent action is needed.
advertising affordability in access and just mushrooms, because more people drink, more people around them drink and so goes on. Then you have to tackle those free areas if you are going to reduce alcohol consumption in this country.
Alcohol acounts for half of world's cases of liver disease. Fatty diets and habitat virus largely caused through drug use and unpredicted sex are also major causes.
Early diagnosis is going to be the big challenge, I think, because liver disease is very difficult to diagnose in its early stage as its sympotom is often very faint. Many patients aren't coming forward until they actually have very serious advanced disease, which is difficult for the doctors to treat and also very expensive for the ……
But the department of health has recently published the strategies to improve drug and alcohol treatment services and raise public awareness of lifestyle risks. It will be up to the new …… to make it work and save lives.
Thomas Moore, Sky news.


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本帖最后由 郭晨昱 于 2010-2-13 20:51 编辑

Homework

As a nation with drinking ourselves to an early grave, alcohol is one of the prime causes of liver disease, now the 5th most common cause of death in England.

And today, the Department of Health will appoint a clinical directer to tackle the problem.  "How long have you actually wine which is spent on?"

Jenet Shirred hit the bottle after losing her job. She drank a liter half of Vodka everyday. Even though she's now tee total, her liver is so badly damaged that she's dead if she turned to booze again.

She volunteers with a Alcohol Action Team to encourage more people to get help.

"The pressure is, yeah, everyday stress and strain of life. You end up to the life of drinking, as a way to hide, hide from problems, hide from the things discussed. And our unemployment rate isn't so well at the moment. That's getting my people for living worse."

According to the British Liver Trust, the UK is the only developed country where liver disease is on the rise. In 2008, just over 60,000 people died from the disease. Deaths have increased by 12% in the last 3 years, but 95% of the cases are preventable.

This doctor who treated George Beth, says urgent action is needed.

"Fear is advertising in affordability and access and just mushrooms because more people drink and more people around them are drinkers, so it goes on. And you have to tackle those fear area, if you going to reduce alcohol  consumption in this country."

Alcohol accounts for half of all cases of liver disease. Fatty diets and habitat viruses, largely caused through drug abuse and unprotected sex are also major causes.

"Early diagnosis is going to be, a big challenge, I think, because liver disease is very difficult to diagnose at its early stages. The symptom's roughly very vague. And many patients aren't coming forward until they actually have very serious advanced disease which is difficult for doctors to treat and also very expensive for the NHS."英国国民健康保险制度(=National Health Service)

The Department of Health hasa recently published a strategy to improve drug and alcohol treatment services, and raise public awareness of lifestyle risks. It will be up to the new liver design, to make it work and save lives.

Thomas Moore, Sky News
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   HW
As a nation we are drinking ourselves to an early grave, alcohol is one of the prime causes of liver disease, now the fifth most common cause of death in England. And today, the Department of Health will appoint a clinical directer to tackle the problem.

"...how long do you acctually want ..."

Jonet Shinate hit the bottom after losing her job. She drink a liter and half of vodka everyday. Even though she's now tee total her liver is so badly damaged that she died she turn to boost again. She volunteers with an alcohol action team doing courage more people to get help.

"The pressure is, you know everyday stress straining of life. You end up sort of
like drinking as.... and why do you hide?  hide from problems hide from the #.
And all employment is...at the moment. That's going to be.. from living worse."

According to the British Liver Trust, the UK is the only developed country where liver disease is on the rise. In 2008, just over 16,000 people died from the disease. Deaths have increased by 12% in the last 3 years, but 95% of the cases are preventable.
This doctor who treated Georg best says urgent action is needed.

"Fears is advertising affordability and access and just mushrooms because more people drink more people around me drink and so it goes on.
And you have to you have to tackle all these 3 habits if you going to reduce our alcohol consumption in this country."

Alcohol accounts for half of all cases of liver disease. Fatty diets and habititise virus largely called three drug use and unpredicted sex are also major causes.

"Early diagnoses is going to be the big challenge, I think, because liver disease is very difficult to diagnose at its early stages. The symptom's roughly very vague. And many patients aren't coming forward until they actually have very serious advanced disease which is difficult for doctors to treat and also very expensive for the HIS."

The Department of Health has recently published a strategy to improve drug and alcohol treatment services and raise public awareness of lifestyle risks. It will be up to the new # to make it work and save lives.

Thomas Moore, Sky News
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Homework

As a nation with drinking ourselves to an early grave, alcohol is one of the prime causes of liver disease, now the 5th most common cause of death in England. And today the Department of Health will appoint a clinical director to tackle the problem.  

"How long do you actually want me to spend on?"

Jenet Shirred hit bottle after losing her job. She drank a liter and a half of Vodka everyday. Even though she's now tea total, her liver is so badly damaged that she die if she turn to booze again. She volunteers with an alcohol action team to encourage more people to get help.

"The pressure is, you know, everyday stress and strain of life. You end up, sort of like, drinking as a way to hide, hide from problems, hide from everything catches. And the unemployment, well, it’s as well at the moment. That's got my paper failure even worse."

According to the British Liver Trust, the UK is the only developed country where liver disease is on the rise. In 2008, just over 16,000 people died from the disease. Deaths have increased by 12% in the last 3 years, but 95% of the cases are preventable.  
This doctor who treated George Best says urgent action is needed.

"three is advertising a fordability and access and just mush of them because more people drink and more people around them are drinking, so it goes on. And you have to tackle those three areas, if you are going to reduce alcohol consumption in this country."

Alcohol accounts for half of all cases of liver disease. Fatty diets and habitat viruses largely caught through drug use and unprotected sex are also major causes.

"Early diagnosis is going to be the big challenge, I think, because liver disease is very difficult to diagnose at its early stages. Its symptom is often very vague. And many patients aren't coming forward until they actually have very serious advanced disease which is difficult for doctors to treat and also very expensive for the NHS.”

The Department of Health has recently published a strategy to improve drug and alcohol treatment services and raise public awareness of lifestyle risks. It will be up to the new liver tsar to make it work and save lives.

Thomas Moore, Sky News
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[Homework]2010-02-13 饮酒须慎

              As a nation with a drinking ourselves to an eraly grave ,alcohol is one of the prime cause of liver disease ,now the fifth most common cause of deathing in England. And today ,the Department of Health  will appiont to clinical directer to tackle the problem
            “How long do you have actually wine whichi is spent on ?
            Jente Shirred hit the bottle after losing her job.She drink a liter half of Vodka everyday.Even though she is now tee total ,her liver is so badly damage that she will die if she turned to booze again. She volunteers  with a Alcohol Action Team to encourage more people to get help.
             The pressure is ,yeah ,everday stress and strain of life .You even know @#$ of live drinking as a way to hide ,hide from problems ,hide from the things discussed .And our unemployment  %#$#@ isn't so well at my moments.That's get my people for even worse.
              According to the British Liver Trust the UK is the only deveopled country where liver disease is  on the rise .In 2008,just there the 60,000 people died from the disease .Deaths are increasing by 12% in the last 3 years.But ,95% of the cases are preventable.
              This doctor, he treated George Beth, says urgent of action is needed .
              Fear that be  advertising  for volunteer to access  and just mushrooms because more people drink more people around them are more drinking ,so it goes on .And you have to tackle those fear area,if there is going to reduce alcohol consumption in this country.
               Alcohol accounts for half of all cases of liver disease .Fatty diets and habitat viruses largely caused through drug and unpredicted sex are also major causes .
              Early diagnosis is coming to been ,a big challenge ,I think ,because liver disease is very difficult to diagnose at its early stages.The system's roughly very facke. .And many patients aren't coming  for until that they have very serious advanced disease which is difficult for doctors to treat and also very expensive for the NHS .
             The deparment House of Health has recently published a strategy to improve drug and alcohol treatment  services and raise public awareness of life style risks .It will be up to new liver design,to make it work and save lives .
           Toms Moore.SKY News.

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[Homework]2010-02-13 饮酒须慎

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As a nation,we are drinking ourselves to an early grave.Alcohol is one the prime causes of liver diseases.Now the fifth most common cause of death in England.And today,the Department of Health will appoint a clinical director to tackle the problem.
How long do you actually want to spend in the long run?
GS hit the bottle after losing her job.She drank a liter and a half of volka everday.Even though she's now tea total,her liver so damaged that she die,she turn to boost again.She volunteers in an alcohol action team to encourage more people to get help.
The pressures,you know,every time it strikes the string of life,you end up sort of like drinking as a way to hide from the problems,hide from everything else.And the unemployment rate isn't well at the moment.That's gonna make people feel even worse.
According to the British Liver Trust,the UK is the only developed country when liver disease is on the rise.In 2008,just over 16000 people died from the disease.Death are increased by 12 percent last 3 years.But 95 percent of cases are preventable.
This doctor,who treated GB,says urgent action is needed.
It's 3 As,advertising,/ and access.And it just much room because more people,the more people around them will drink in circles.Then you have to tackle the 3 As if you are going to reduce alcohol consumption in this country.
Alcohol accounts for half of all cases of liver diseases.Fatty diet and habitized / largely cough though drug use and protected sex are also major causes.
Early diagnosis is going to be a big challenge I think.Because liver disease is very difficult to diagnose in early stages as the symtoms are often very fake.And many patients are coming forward until they actually have very serious advanced disease which is difficult for doctors to treat and also very expensive for the /.
But Department of Health has recently published a strategy to improve drug and alcohol treatment services and raise public awearness of lifestyle races.It will be up to the new bizarre to make it work and safe lives.

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本帖最后由 Jacky123 于 2010-2-13 19:36 编辑

As a nation with drinking ourselves to an early grave, alcohol is oneof the prime causes of liver disease, now the fifth most common cause of death in England. And today, the Department of Health will appoint clinical directer to tackle the problem.

"How long do you actually want me to spend on?"

Jeanette Shiret hit the bottle after losing her job. She drank a liter half of vodka everyday. Even though she's now teetotal her liver is so badly damaged that she die if she turns to booze again. She volunteers with an alcohol action team to encourage more people to get help.

"The pressures, yeah, everyday stress and strain of life. You end up tothe life of drinking as a way to hide, hide from problems hide from things
.  And the unemployment is such well the moment. That's going tomake people feel even worse."

According to the British Liver Trust, the UK is the only developed country where liver disease is on the rise. In 2008, just over 16,000 people died from the disease. Deaths have increased by 12% in the last three years, but 95% of the cases are preventable. This doctor who treated George best says urgent action is needed.

"Fear is advertising for
affordability and access and just mush rooms because more people drink and more people around them will drink so it goeson. And you have to tackle those fear area, if you going to reduce / alcohol consumption in this country."

Alcohol accounts for half of all cases of liver disease. Fatty dietsand
hepatitis viruses largely caused through drug use and unprotected sex, arealso major causes.

"Early diagnoses is going to be the big challenge, I think, because liver disease is very difficult to diagnose at its early stages. The symptom's roughly very vague. And many patients aren't coming forward until they actually have very serious advanced disease which is difficult for doctors to treat and also very expensive for the NHS."

The Department of Health is recently published a strategy to improve drug and alcohol treatment services and raise public awareness of lifestyle risks. It will be up to the new liver tsar to make it work and save lives.

Thomas Moore, Sky News.
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[Homework]2010-02-13 饮酒须慎

The a nation with drinking ourselves to an early grave, alcohol is one of the prime caused of liver diseases. Now the fifth most common cause of death in England. And today, the department of health will appoint the clinical directer to tackle the problem.
How long do you actually want to spend long..
Genet Sheree hit the bottle of losing her job, she drank a litre and half of vodka everyday. Even though she is now tea total, her livery so-bad damage that she die,  she turn to booze again. She volunteers with an alcohol action team to encourage more people to get help.
The pressures, yeah, everyday I stress the strain of life. You end up with sort of drinking as a way to hide, hide from your problems, hide from everything goes, and I mean, the unemployment which is one of the environments that's gonna to making my people feel even worse.
According to the British Liver Trust, the UK is the only developed country where liver diseases are on the rise. In 2008, just over 16,000 people died from the disease. Death has increased by 12% in the last 3 years. But 95% of cases are preventable. This doctor who treated George Best says urgent action is needed.
The three area is advertising in affordability and access and just mushrooms because more people drink and more people around them drink, so it goes on. And you have to tackle these three area, if you going to reduce a alcohol consumption in this country.
Alcohol accounts for half of all cases of liver disease. Fatty diets and habitat viruses largely caused through drug abuse and unprotected sex are also major causes.
Early diagnosis is going to be, the big challenge, I think, because liver disease is very difficult to diagnose as it's in early stages. The symptom's roughly very vague. And may patients aren't coming forward until they actually have very serious advanced disease which is difficult for doctor to treat and also very expensive for the NHS.
But the department of health has recently published a strategy to improve drug and alcohol treatment services, and raise public awareness of lifestyle risks.
It will be up to the new liver tsar to make it work and save lives.
Thomas Moore, Sky news.

                                                   
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[Homework]2010-02-13 饮酒须慎

As a nation with drinking ourselves to an early grave, alcohol is one of the prime causes of liver disease, now the fifth most commom cause of death in England. And today the department of health will appoint a clinical director to tackle the problem.
How long do you actually want me to spend on?
Janet Shirret hit the bottle after losing her job, she drank a litre and half of Vodka every day. Even though she is now tea total, her liver is so badly damage that she would die if she turn to booze again. And she volunteers with an alcohol action team to encourage more people to get help. The pressure is everyday stress and strain of life food, you end up, sort of like, drinking as a way to hide, hide from problems, hide from everything catches, and **** the unemployment, well, it's as well as the moment. That's got to make people feel worse.
According to the British Liver Trust, the UK is the only developed country where liver disease is on the rise. In 2008, just over 16 thousand people die from the disease. Death has increased by 12% in the last three years, 95% of cases are preventable. This doctor who treated Geoger best says that urgent action is needed.
For fear that advertising for affordability and assess and just mushrooms because more people drink and more people around them will drink, so it goes on. You have to tackle these three areas if you are going to reduce alcohol consumption in this country.
Alcohol accounts for half of all cases of liver disease, fatty dies and habetise virus largely cause through drugs use and unprotected sex are also major causes.
Early diagnoses are going to be a big challenge, I think, because liver disease is very difficult to diagnose in the early stages. The sympton's roughly very vague. And many patients aren't coming forard until they actually have very serious advanced disease which is difficult for doctors to treat and also very expensive for the NHS.
The department of health is recently published in strategy to improve drug and alcohol treatment services and raise public awareness of lifestyle risks. It will be up to the new liver tsar to make it work and save lives.











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As a nation with drinking ourselves to an early grave, alcohol is one of the prime causes of liver disease, now the 5th most common cause of death in England. And today, the Department of Health will appoint a clinical directer to tackle the problem.  "How long do you actually want us to spend on?"

Jenet Shirred hit the bottle after losing her job. She drank a liter half of Vodka everyday. Even though she's now tee total, her liver is so badly damaged that she'd die  if she turned to booze again. She volunteers with a Alcohol Action Team to encourage more people to get help.

"The pressure is, yeah, everyday stress and strain of life. You end up to the life of drinking, as a way to hide, hide from problems, hide from disgust. And our unemployment rate isn't so well at the moment. That's getting my people for living worse."

According to the British Liver Trust, the UK is the only developed country where liver disease is on the rise. In 2008, just over 60,000 people died from the disease. Deaths have increased by 12% in the last 3 years, but 95% of the cases are preventable. This doctor who treated George Beth, says urgent action is needed.

"Fear is advertising in affordability and access and just mushrooms because more people drink and more people around them are drinkers, so it goes on. And you have to tackle those fear area, if you going to reduce alcohol  consumption in this country."

Alcohol accounts for half of all cases of liver disease. Fatty diets and habitat viruses, largely caused through drug abuse and unprotected sex are also major causes.

"Early diagnosis is going to be, a big challenge, I think, because liver disease is very difficult to diagnose at its early stages. The symptom's roughly very vague. And many patients aren't coming forward until they actually have very serious advanced disease which is difficult for doctors to treat and also very expensive for the NHS.

The Department of Health hasa recently published a strategy to improve drug and alcohol treatment services, and raise public awareness of lifestyle risks. It will be up to the new liver design, to make it work and save lives.

Thomas Moore, Sky News
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[Homework]2010-02-13 饮酒须慎

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As a nation with drinking ourselves to an early grave,alcohol is one of the prime causes of liver diseases,now the 5th most common death causes of death in England.And today,the Department of Health will appoint clinical director to tackle the problem.
How long do you actually want me to spend on?Jenet Shred hit the bottle a lot losing her job.She drank a litre and a half vodka everyday.Even though she's now teetotal,her liver is so badly damaged that she die if she turns to abuse again.She volunteers with an alcohol action team to encourage more people to get help.
The pressure is,yeah,everday stress and strain of life.You end up setting up your life drinking as a way to hide,hide from problems,hide from thinking else.And I mean,the unempolyment rate is't well this moment,that's going make people feel even worse.
According to the British Liver Trust,the UK is the only developed country where liver disease is on the rise.In 2008,just  over 16,000 people died from the diseases,deaths increased by 12% in the last three years.,but 95% of the cases are preventable.This doctor who treated George best says urgent actions needed.The fear is that advertising affordablity and access.And just mushrooms because more people drink,more people around them will drink and so it goes on.Then you have to tackle this three areas if you want to reduce alcohol consumption in this country.
Alcohol accounts for half of all liver diseases.Fatty diet and ? viruses largely caused through drug use and unprotected sex are also major causes.Early diagnoses is going to be the big challenge i think,because liver disease is very difficult to diagnose at its early stages.The syptoms seem very fake.And many patients coming forward until he has very serious advance diseases which is difficult for doctors to treat and very expensive for ??
The Department of Health that recently published a strategy to ? drug and alcohol treatment services,and raise public awareness of this lifestyle risks.It will be up to the new liver design to make it work and save lives.   
Thomas Moore,Sky News.

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As a nation we drinking ourself with an early grave,ecohol is one of the prime cause of liver disease, now the fifith most common cause of death in London. Today.the Department of Health will point the clincal director to tackle the problem.
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Genet Shred hit the bottle after she losing her job,she drank a liter and hafl vodka every day.Even though she is now teetotal,her liver so badly damage that she died if she turn booze agin. she volunteers of acohol action team to encourage more people to get help.
The pressure yeah, every day I stress the strain of life,you end of sort of drinking as a way you hide,hide from the problems,hide from everythings you gotl.I am with the unemployment while it is spread at the moment that is getting my people for even worse.
According to the British Liver Trust ,the UK is the only developed country where the liver disease is on the rise. In 2008, just over16000 people died from the disease. Deathes have increased by 12% in the last 3 years,but 95% of cases are preventable. This doctor who treated Jeorge Best says urgent action is needed.
The three as Adverting Affordability and Access,and just mushroom it goes more people drinking ,more people around more drinking and so goes on . You have to tackle the three areas if you're going to reduce acohol consumption in this country.
Acohol accounts for a half of the workd cases of liver disease. Fatty dietsand hepotoviruses largely caused through drug use and unprotected sex are also major causes.
Early diagnosis is going to be the big challenge,I think because liver disease is very difficult to diagose in the early stage,the sympotom is often very vague and many patients aren't come forward until they actually very serious advanced disease which is difficult for doctors to treat and also expensive for the NHS.
But the Det. has recently published the strategy during drug acohol treatment services.And raise the public way of lifestyle risks.
It will end up new liver tsar to make it work and save lives.
Tomas Moor,Sky News.
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