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Estrategia Nacional sobre alcohol reduccion del consumo de riesgo y sus consecuencias sociales y sanitarias (National Strategy on alcohol - reduction of risky consumption and its consequences on health and society)

Ministry of Health; Chile Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Chile 20 January 2010 Policy document alcohol, education, strategy

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La “Estrategia Nacional sobre Alcohol: reducción del consumo de riesgo y sus consecuencias sociales y sanitarias” es un documento de trabajo publicado en enero de 2010 por el Ministerio de Salud de Chile. El documento propone nueve líneas de acción que permitirán reducir sustancialmente en los próximos 10 años el consumo nocivo de alcohol y sus consecuencias.

The National Strategy on Alcohol- reduction of risky consumption and its social and health consequences is a working document published in January 2010 by the Chilean Ministry of Health. The document proposes nine lines of action for substantially reducing in the next ten years the harmful consumption of alcohol and it consequences.

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