A new pill, which helps to reduce alcohol consumption, could be heading to Wales. It would be given to drinkers who have half a bottle of wine or three pints a night.
Nearly 600,000 people will be eligible to receive the nalmefene tablet to keep their cravings at bay.
Experts claim the drug, which costs £3 a tablet, could save as many as 1,854 lives over five years and prevent 43,074 alcohol-related diseases and injuries.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice) recommended the drug's use after trials showed it cut drinking by 61% over six months when used with counselling.
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