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What long term affects of severe alcohol poisoning are common?

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Dr. Kevin Passer
36 years experience
Death: Alcohol poisoning can result in death. Chronic alcohol dependency can adversely affect every organ in the body except the kidneys. Alcohol damages the heart, brain, liver, skin and even one's blood cells. Severe alcohol poisoning, as per your question, means to me, a very dire situation requiring both immediate and long-term interventions. Check out: www.Aa.Org. I suggest 90 mtgs in 90 days.
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