- Paperback: 66 pages
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- Language: English
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I Can't See the Forest With All These Damn Trees In the Way - The Health Consequences of Alcohol Use Paperback – December 20, 2016
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Stevens says. "I've championed this theme since my first book in 2010 and in each of the two books that followed.
"The Surgeon General's report has been called 'unprecedented' and a 'landmark.' It wasn't a surprise to me as it, too, pointed out the toll of drinking a toxin and known carcinogen - even moderately. It is the first time a government appointee challenged the most readily available but costliest and deadliest drug in America. It legitimately signals the first shift in alcohol policy since Prohibition was repealed. It wasn't an I-Told-You-So moment though. It was a disturbing moment actually: Most summaries of the report sort of neglected to mention the drug 'alcohol' and instead focused on what the publication could mean for the availability/accessibility of drug treatment.
"They're seeing the forest. Not the trees."
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