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Many of these gene flaws - there are plenty of them, with names like

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Many of these gene flaws - there are plenty of them, with names like BCR-ABL - are relative newcomers to medical terminology, as are a majority of the new anti-tumor drugs, still in early testing, that are aimed at them.


a) medical terminology, as are a majority of the new anti-tumor drugs, still in early testing, that are aimed at them.
b) medical terminology like a majority of the new anti-tumor drugs that are still in early testing, and aimed at them.
c) medical terminology, as are a majority of the new anti-tumor drugs that are still in early testing, aimed at them.
d) medical terminology like a majority of the new anti-tumor drugs, still in early testing, that are aimed at them.
e) medical terminology, as are a majority of the new anti-tumor drugs, still in early testing, and aimed at them.

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Re: Many of these gene flaws - there are plenty of them, with names like  [#permalink]

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Many of these gene flaws - there are plenty of them, with names like BCR-ABL - are relative newcomers to medical terminology, as are a majority of the new anti-tumor drugs, still in early testing, that are aimed at them.


a) medical terminology, as are a majority of the new anti-tumor drugs, still in early testing, that are aimed at them.
b) medical terminology like a majority of the new anti-tumor drugs that are still in early testing, and aimed at them.
c) medical terminology, as are a majority of the new anti-tumor drugs that are still in early testing, aimed at them.
d) medical terminology like a majority of the new anti-tumor drugs, still in early testing, that are aimed at them.
e) medical terminology, as are a majority of the new anti-tumor drugs, still in early testing, and aimed at them.


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