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# It has been found that excess diclofenac effluents from pharmaceutical

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Re: It has been found that excess diclofenac effluents from pharmaceutical [#permalink]
Ah yes, you are correct. For some reason I read E and somehow interpreted the meaning to mean counteracting beneficial effects.

You are right - the answer is definitively B.
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Re: It has been found that excess diclofenac effluents from pharmaceutical [#permalink]
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