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Easy...A at first glance don't need to read the rest


Cannot agree that A at first glance gives it out. But make sure you go through other choices as a routine there could be some thing better hiding.
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Assumption question do the negation test.actually b talks only remedy is genetics. Say there is any other remedy other than genetics then ->is it hampering my conclusion - no. but in a say not all are covered under genetics then is it hampering the conclusion. yes. so A is correct.

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Talks about no obstacles will remain. Assumption is that all obstacles can be remedied.

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