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Asthma, a chronic breathing disorder, is significantly more common

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IMO, none of the options give a conclusive answer.

If the phrase 'Until a few years ago' were removed from option D, then it would have been the correct answer. The insertion of 'until a few years ago' indicates that it is not being prescribed in the present age, which could further create a doubt as to whether the original prescription was faulty and ,thus, not used anymore.
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New post 22 Apr 2019, 07:10
E is a better choice.

We are assuming a lot in D.Few Year ago-->we cannot assume children w/t Asthma are now competitive adult swimmers.
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