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Tuesday, March 15, 2011


Do you think this will work? Too many programs had been done, but has their been any progress? Whatever the government's plan along with the alcohol industries plan, I don't it will work out, since it all ends with the consumers.

The health groups which pulled out now, knew from the beginning, that this cannot work. They showed good will but it is a waste of time and resources to plan prevention with the alcohol industry.

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