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In large doses, analgesics that work in the brain as antagonists to certain chemicals have caused psychological disturbances in patients, which may limit their potential to relieve severe pain.

(A). which may limit their potential to relieve
(B). which may limit their potential for relieving
(C). which may limit such analgesic's potential to relieve
(D). an effect that may limit their potential to relieve
(E). an effect that may limit the potential of such analgesics for relieving
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This is a classic modifier SC, so D and E are out. Among A, B, and C, B incorrectly uses ...for relieving severe pain. Between A and C, my guess is that C unambiguously states that the analgesics have the potential to relieve pain. OA please.

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I would say E.

which always refers to nouns, a,b,c are then incorrect.

ind, their has no clear antecedent.
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clean E. Its the disturbances that have caused analgesics to.....

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OA is E. :thanks
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Nice, got E too :lol:
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