Rise of alcohol related liver disease not being addressed in England

Posted on: 29th January 2018

An article published online today calls for England to introduce a minimum price per unit of alcohol and follow the lead of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, who are now commited to introducing this.

With alcohol related liver disease set to overtake heart disease as a major cause of years of working lives lost, the Trust's Chief Executive, Judi Rhys,  said: “Many of us are putting our livers at risk from drinking too much alcohol. The shocking numbers highlighted show that we are facing a liver disease crisis.”

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