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Doctor: “My patients have asked me for an alternative to the medication I currently prescribe for high blood pressure. They claim that the medication causes night sweats and loss of appetite.”

Pharmaceutical representative: “That is an illogical request. No medications come without side effects, especially those used to treat high blood pressure.”

The representative’s response to the doctor’s argument is ineffective because it does which of the following?

A. It indirectly refutes the doctor’s primary assumption.
B. It assumes without justification that all medications have side effects.
C. It fails to consider the other medication could have different side effects.
D. It treats the doctor’s argument as if it were about just a few patients rather than a majority of patients.
E. It contradicts the doctor's request without offering an explanation.
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The Pharmaceutical representative does not consider that other medication may have less severe side effect(s).
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