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WA’s ‘Spread’ ad the most effective at reducing alcohol consumption, new study suggests

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Posted 20 April 2017, 1.47am edt

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An advertisement revealing how alcohol absorbs into bloodstreams and can cause cancer is the most effective alcohol education ad internationally, a Cancer Council Victoria suggests. ‘Spread’, created by The Brand Agency in 2010 for the ...


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