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By reviewing new findings on the relationship between hormones and aging, it has strengthened women’s health researcher Susan Love’s belief that new medical approaches to menopause are necessary.

A. By reviewing new findings on the relationship between hormones and aging, it has strengthened
B. Reviewing new findings on the relationship between hormones and aging has strengthened
C. If she would review new findings on the relationship between hormones and aging, it has strengthened
D. When she has reviewed new findings on the relationship between hormones and aging, it has strengthened
E. When she has reviewed new findings on the relationship between hormones and aging, that has strengthened

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New post 24 Jul 2009, 09:06
A- no parallelism
C- doesnt follow the standard If clause formats
D and E doesnt make sense

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New post 03 Aug 2009, 10:33
I got B

It's refreshing to get an easy one.

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