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Re: CR: Antibiotics [#permalink] New post 08 Jan 2011, 14:10
Cost of the antibiotics is not the issue because it was not discuss in the stimulus. Furthermore, if the new antibiotic cost more than the old antibiotic, then how much more of the cost will it actually impact people's decision in buying the drug? Perhaps the antibiotic cost $1 more, which would not affect people decision in buying AB. What if the AB cost $100 more, then that would affect people decision in buying thr AB. Thus, when you have to make an assumption for that answer choice, then its incorrect.

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Re: The traditional treatment of strep infections has been a [#permalink] New post 22 Apr 2014, 02:08
Option E.
If the patients will feel okay only AFTER THREE DAYS,then they won't stop taking the new drug BEFORE 3 DAYS.And the new drug just takes 3 days to cure the infection.Hence the argument that the new antibiotic drug will be more effective is strengthened as THERE WILL BE NO REINFECTIONS AS COMPARED TO THE ALTERNATIVE TRRATMENT.

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