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As a nation, we are drinking ourselves to an early grave. Alcoholic's one of the prime causes of liver diseases. Now the 5th most common cause of death in England. And the day the department of health will appoint a clinical director to tackle the problem.

How long do you actually want me to spring on?

_ hit the bottle after losing her job. She drank a litter and a half of voka everyday. Even though she's now tea total. Her liver is so badly damaged that she die if she turn to _ again. She volunteers with an alcohol action team to encourage more people to get help. The pressure is you know everyday stress and the strain of life, you end up sort of like drinking as a way to hide. Hide from the problems, hide from everything else. And I mean ...unemployment the rate it's well at the moment. That's gonna make people for a liver worse. According to the British liver trust, the UK's 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 cases are preventable. This doctor who treated George best says urgent action is needed.

...advertising ...and access. And just ... cause the more people drink the more people around them will drink and so it goes on then you have to you have to tackle the 3 areas if you are going to reduce alcohol consumption in this country.

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

Early dignoses is going to be the big challenge I think because liver disease is very difficult to dignose at its early stages. The symptoms 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 DNA tests.

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.

_ sky news.
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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 director to tackle the problem.

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

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'd die if she turned 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 sort of drinking as a way to hide, hide from problems hide from everything else. And the unemployment rate hits as well at the moment. That's going to 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 disease. Deaths have increased by 12% in the last three years, but 95% of cases are preventable. This doctor who treated George Best(George Best was a famous footballer and celebrity as well) says urgent action is needed.

"The fear is advertising , affordability and access and it just mushrooms because more people drink and more people around them will drink so it goes on. And you have to tackle the three (注:即一开始提到的advertising, affordability, and access)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 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 in its early stages. The symptom's 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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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 thinking else.  And the unemployment rate, it is well at / moments. 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 mushrooms because more people drink and more people around them will drink so it goes on. And you have to tackle those three 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 cause of liver disease, now the fifth most common causes of death in England and today. The Department of Health will appoint clinical to tackle the problem.
Janet Shirat hit the bottle after losing her job. She drinks a liter and half of Vodka everyday. Even though she is now a teetotal. Her liver is so badly damage that she die if she turn to booze again. She volunteer for the alcohol action team to encourage more people to get help.
"The pressure,yeah,everyday stress and strain of life. You end up the life of drinking as a way to hide, hide from the problems, hide from anything else. And the unemployment  rate isn't well at the moment. That's going to 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 are increase by 12% in the last 3 years, but 95% of cases are preventable. This doctor who treated Georgebest says urgent action is needed.
"Fear is advertising for volunteer and access and it just mushroom because more people drink and more people around them will drink and so it goes on. And you have to tackle the thrilled areas if you are going to reduce alcohol consumption in this country."
Alcohol accounts for half of all cases of liver disease. Fatty ? ? largly cause through drug use and unprotected sex are also a major causes.
"Early diagnosis is going to be the big challenge, I think, because liver disease is very difficult to diagnose at it's early stage and the symptoms are offen very vague, and many patients aren't coming forward until that actually have 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 drugs and alcohol treatment services and rise public awarness of lifestyle risks. It will be up to the new ? to make it work and save lifes.
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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 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'll 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,  sort of like, drinking as a way to hide, hide from the problems, hide from every disgust.  And, I mean, the unemployment rate is not well at the moment. That's going to 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 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.

"Three fears: advertising, affordability and access, and just as mushrooms go, because the more people drink and the more people around them will drink so it goes on. And you have to tackle those three areas\ if you going to reduce alcohol consumption in this country."

Alcohol accounts for half of all cases of liver disease. Fatty diets and hepatitis 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 symptoms are 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 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 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 sort of like drinking as a way to hide, hide from 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 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 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, sort of like, drinking as a way to hide, hide from problems hide from everything I will just.  And the unemployment rate isn't 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 / affordability and access and just mushrooms because more people drink and more people around them will drink and so it goes on. And you have to tackle the three areas, if you going to reduce alcohol consumption in this country."

Alcohol accounts for half of all cases of liver disease. Fatty diets 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 often are 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 where drinking ourselves to an early gravy. Alcohol is one of prime causes of liver diseases, now the fifth the most common death in England and today the Department of healthy will appoint clinic director to tackle the problem.
How long do you actually want me to spend on?
J S hit the bottle after losing her job, she drank a neutral half of Vodka everyday, even through she is now teetotal, her liver is so badly damaged but she died if she turned to bottles again. She volunteers with alcohol action team to encourage more people to get help.
The pressures every die stress and strain of life, you end up it like drinking as a while to hide, hide new problems, hide everything gets, and the employment rates as wide at the moment that is gonna may pay feel more worse.
According to British Liver Trust, the UK is the only developed country where liver disease in on raising, in 2008 just over 16,000 died from the disease death increased by 12 percent in the last three years, but 95 percent of cases are preventable. Mr. doctor who treated John Best says urgent action is needed.
Three is advertising for affordability and access and just much more people drink, more people around more people drink so I guess 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 liver diseases, fat diet and hepatitis viruses largely caused through drug use and unprotected sex are also the major causes.
Early diagnose is going to be the big challenge I think, because liver disease is very diagnosed is on the early stage, it is the symptom often very vague, and many patients aren’t coming forward until that they have very serious advance disease which is very difficulty for the doctor to treat and also very expensive for the NHS.
But the department of healthy has recently published a strategy to improve drug and alcohol treatment service and raise public awareness of life-style risks, it will be up to new live tsar to make it work and save lives.
Thomas Moore SKY News
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[Homework]【整理,标蓝求助】2010-02-13 饮酒须慎

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As a nation,we are drinking ourselves to an early grave.Alchoholic 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 woill have appointed clinical director to tackle the problem.
Janet hit the bottle after losing her job.She drank a and half ofvolga everyday.Even though she's now tea total,her liver is so badly damaged that she died she turns to booze again.she volunteers in an alchoho action team to encourage more people to get help.
The pressure is you know every life you end up you life drinking as a wine to  holt.Holt from the problems,holt from and unemployment at the moment.That's going my paper failure worst.
According to the british liver text the uk is the only country where liver disease is on the rise.In 2008 just over 16 000 people die from the diseae.Death has been increased by 12 per cent in the last 3 years.But 95 per cent of cases are preventable.
This doctor who treated george best says urgent action s needed.Advertising is an access and just mushroom more people drink and more people around them will drink can focus on and you have to ,you have to tackle those free areas if you are going to reduce alchoho comsumption in our country
Alchoho accounts for half of all cases of liver disease,fatty diets and habit largely call through,drug use 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 in its early stages.Its symptoms are often very vague.And many patients aren't coming forward until they actually have very serious avanced disease,which is difficult for doctor to treat and also vey expensive for dna checks.
The department of health has recently published a strategy to improve drug and  alchoho treatment services and raise public awareness of life risks and it will be up to the new liver to make it worl and save lives.
Thomas moore,Sky News.

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