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Take five minutes to tell us what you think about alcohol warning labels

Cancer Council Australia is inviting Australians 18 and older to participate in a new survey to help us understand what Australians think about the idea of warning labels on alcohol products.

The Alcohol Labels Survey is being run by Flinders University, the University of Adelaide, Cancer Council Australia, Drug and Alcohol Services Australia and James Cook University to find out what people think about the idea of warning labels on alcohol products.

If you are 18 years or over and live in Australia, you can help by taking the survey - Alcohol Labels Survey. Your answers are important, even if you do not drink much or even at all. While there are no immediate benefits, your answers might help us to develop effective plans to reduce cancer in Australia.

At the end of the survey you can enter a competition for one of three $100 shopping vouchers.

Your answers are completely anonymous. Even if you enter the competition, it is not possible to link you with any of your responses.

You can skip questions that aren't relevant to you so, depending on your answers, it takes between 2 and 5 minutes.

This page was last updated on: Tuesday, May 28, 2019

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