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Death among young people through alcohol abuse is something the drinks industry is painfully aware of, and in recent years has introduced self-regulatory measures to combat criticisms. In his second article on the social issues surrounding the industry, Ben Cooper assesses the continuing damage heavyweights such as the WHO can inflict and how the industry is responding.


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