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For you a Pennsylvania woman initially denied a liver transplant because ever bruise brewing Blatter it's all of her yeah those yeah to say the in the journal of annals of internal medicine that when the woman came to university of Pittsburgh Medical Center her urine tested positive for alcohol even though she denied she'd been drinking they initially directed directed her to a rehab program instead of a transplant further testing found she suffered from a urinary auto brewery syndrome that along with a lot of sugar in Houston a body due to uncontrolled diabetes because your bladder to produce alcohol it showed in her urine she was soon put back on the list to be considered for a transplant medical experts advocate that more awareness of the syndrome in