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Should Alcoholics Anonymous meetings be in every UNI.

Should Alcoholics Anonymous meetings be in every UNI.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings should take place in universities across the UK, student leaders have said.

Charity AA says the number of younger people attending their meetings is on the increase.

NUS Wales president Gwyneth Sweatman said Cardiff University's sessions for problem drinkers, one of the first of its kind, have made a big difference.

One student said the help she received turned her life around.

Cardiff undergraduate "Marie" said alcohol pushed her life at university to the edge.

    

At her lowest ebb, she drank 15 pints of cider a day, was arrested and risked being kicked off her course.

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