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40 -(OG-VR) A Recent study has found that within the past

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A Recent study has found that within the past few years, many doctors had elected early retirement rather than face the threats of lawsuits and the rising costs of malpractic insurance

A)had elected early retirement rather than face
B)had elected early retirement rather instead of facing
C)have elected early retiring early instead of facing
D)have elected to reitre early rather than facing
E)have elected to reitre early rather than face

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Agreed E...

"Have" as the action begin in past and continue till date, and "to retire.... rather than to face.... correct - in this case "to" is understood.

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