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Liver Disease Deaths Rise

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7:36am 22nd March 2012

The number of people dying from liver disease is up by a quarter and the rise is being blamed on booze.

Latest 'End of Life' figures show most are men in their forties.

In the south-west, it is almost a thousand.

7:36am 22nd March 2012

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