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25 Feb 2008, 11:49
I go with E.
It the only answer choice that supports the parralelism.
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25 Feb 2008, 20:12
i too go with E.

warned of is the right idiom .
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19 Nov 2009, 06:33
There is no other way to solve this question other than POE. The answer is E.

Dissecting the sentence into meaningful phrases.

The federal rules | ..... | were established to ensure that patients | ...... | and | ..... | evaluate the experiment before it was conducted.

Prephrased correct answer - [to ensure that patients] are warned | .... | [and] | that an independent panel would | .....

So as we see, we need a verb that makes good sense after 'patients', we need 'that' after 'and' and another verb after 'panel'.

Option E is the only logical answer, other options do not conform to the prephrased correct answer format. So E only remains as the best among the answer options, although, grammatically it is still not the perfect answer.
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