I drank 100 glasses of wine a week
Sunday People|August 15, 2021
Liver op mum speaks out
Emily Hall

A WOMAN who binge-drank her way to liver failure at 37 by downing 100 glasses of wine a WEEK has called for a tax on cheap booze to save lives.

Tammy Doyle was given just a 30% chance of survival when her liver packed up last year. She would regularly consume up to five bottles of wine a night and could drink three-quarters of a bottle of gin in one go.

Tammy, who started drinking heavily in her late-20s after splitting from her partner, is currently waiting to hear if she will need a transplant after a five-hour emergency operation to repair her liver in July.

But she fears many other people’s drinking habits are spiralling out of control – and could kill them.

She spoke out as Public Health England revealed alcohol-related deaths rose 21% in lockdown.

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