Binge drinking caused teen's liver failure at 14
Extract from the Telegraph:
"A teenager has told how her binge drinking caused her liver to fail at the age of 14.
Natasha Farnham, who is now 18, is believed to be the youngest person in Britain to be diagnosed with alcohol-related liver failure, claims the charity British Liver Failure.
She started drinking at 12 and within a year was consuming up to six bottles of wine a day.
Two years later she was taken to hospital after drinking 16 bottles of wine, cider and spirits in three days.
Doctors diagnosed liver failure - usually suffered by middle-aged alcoholics - and told her to stop drinking. But she ignored the warning and has gone into rehabilitation at the age of 18.
Doctors tell her that she will die if she drinks again.Miss Farnham now has memory loss problems."