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AWARH - 2017

by AWARH Europe category: Cause

“I support the 5th Awareness Week on Alcohol Related Harm: "#Alcohol and #cancer : an avoidable risk" #awarh17 http://thndr.me/SsMUJ4

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This campaign ended on November 24, 2017 at 1PM

AWARH - 2017

The Awareness Week on Alcohol Related Harm (AWARH) was initiated by a group of like-minded organisations that agreed that an EU-level awareness raising campaign should be established to provide information on the risks associated with harmful alcohol consumption.

Many policymakers and healthcare organisations have joined to the Awareness Week on Alcohol-Related Harm (AWARH) to highlight the negative effects of alcohol and call for greater policy action to address the problems it can cause.

Our ultimate aim is to highlight the need to tackle the significant barriers to a comprehensive and cost-effective policy intervention.

Now in its 5th year, this year's theme is "Alcohol and cancer" and our main focus is on highlighting the link between alcohol consumption and cancer.  More information about AWARH and its partners and endorsers can be found at www.awarh.eu

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AWARH Europe
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The Awareness Week on Alcohol Related Harm (AWARH) was initiated by a group of like-minded organisations that agreed that an EU-level awareness raising campaign should be established to provide information on the risks associated with alcohol consumption.

Many policymakers and healthcare organisations have joined to the Awareness Week on Alcohol-Related Harm (AWARH) to highlight the negative effects of alcohol and call for greater policy action to address the problems it can cause.

Our ultimate aim is to highlight the need to tackle the significant barriers to a comprehensive and cost-effective policy intervention.

Now in its 5th year, the AWARH 2017 theme is "Alcohol and cancer" and our main focus is on highlighting the link between alcohol consumption and cancer.

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