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Drinking wine rather than beer or spirits is less likely to lead to cause cirrhosis of the liver among those who drink alcohol, a study by the Alcohol Research Centre has claimed. Presenting its findings to the Vinsalud 2002 wine and health conference yesterday, the Centre said only 9.6% of 300 Danes with alcohol-induced cirrhosis drank more wine than other alcoholic drinks put together.


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