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WASHINGTON, D.C--A biochemical statistical profile, or "fingerprint," has been developed by medical researchers at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism which is more than 90% accurate in identifying alcoholics.
The test has proven 100% accurate in identifying nonalcoholics (except for a group over the age of 65), including a group with non-alcohol-related liver disease, and more... Login to read more
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