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Wednesday, November 29, 2006


More evidence that health information regarding the dangers of alcohol are being firmly controlled by the alcoholic beverage industry, a rather strange policy for health issues, the phrase chickens and foxes come to mind.

Given that health information regarding smoking is controlled by the DoH and not the tobacco industry, is this not a case of double standards?

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