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Published in Gastroenterology

Journal Scan / Research · February 26, 2024

Association Between Alcohol-Related Public Health Policies and the Burden of Alcohol-Related Health Consequences

Journal of Hepatology


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Journal of Hepatology
Association between public health policies on alcohol and worldwide cancer, liver disease and cardiovascular disease outcomes
J. Hepatol. 2024 Mar 01;80(3)409-418, LA Díaz, E Fuentes-López, F Idalsoaga, G Ayares, O Corsi, J Arnold, M Cannistra, D Vio, A Márquez-Lomas, C Ramirez-Cadiz, MP Medel, M Hernandez-Tejero, C Ferreccio, M Lazo, JP Roblero, TG Cotter, AV Kulkarni, W Kim, M Brahmania, A Louvet, EB Tapper, W Dunn, D Simonetto, VH Shah, PS Kamath, JV Lazarus, AK Singal, R Bataller, M Arrese, JP Arab

From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

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