From the August 1968 magazine.

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Gout for centuries was blamed on port, particularly when consumed by the typical wealthy English squire. However, gout is now believed to be an inherited defect in the metabolism of uric acid. There is no evidence that port or any other wine causes gout or induces gouty attacks.

-- The New Physician

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