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RUSSIA ALCOHOL
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November 12, 2006
A man drinks antiseptic alcohol in a street in central Moscow October 31, 2006. Alexander Gorshev, a...
Moscow, Russia
TO MATCH FEATURE RUSSIA ALCOHOL
A man drinks antiseptic alcohol in a street in central Moscow October 31, 2006. Alexander Gorshev, a 52-year-old grandfather of three and a keen climber in his youth, will have to stay on medication for the rest of his life: he is one of thousands of Russians poisoned by counterfeit alcohol in the past three months. Hundreds have already died and doctors forecast that many others, diagnosed with toxic hepatitis after drinking cheap vodka made from household agents, are doomed. People with low-income buy cheap, illegally produced vodka, often laced with lighter fuel, aftershave or antiseptics or simply dilute such liquids with water. Picture taken October 31, 2006. TO MATCH FEATURE RUSSIA ALCOHOL REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
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