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Wine bar for the terminally ill in France

Wine consumption in France is big business - the country consumes 28.1 million hectolitres a year. The French are also famed for their belief in the health benefits contained in a glass of wine, and now a French hospital is opening a wine bar for terminally ill patients.

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