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Alcohol Harm Reduction Strategy for England 2004

Prime Ministers Strategy Unit Government of the United Kingdom Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans United Kingdom 1 March 2004 Policy document alcohol, harm reduction, prevention

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This document sets out the Government’s strategy for tackling the harms and costs of
alcohol misuse in England. The aim of this strategy is to prevent any further increase in alcohol-related harms in England. It will become a key feature of the public health policy which the Government is at present consulting on and will publish later in the year.

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