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# Of patients over 65 years old who survived coronary bypass

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19 Apr 2006, 12:58
I am going with E. The argument is based on the assumption that the doctors knew that some patients were at risk and intentionally advised them to undergo surgery. E clearly states that the two gropus (the one that benefitted and the group that did not could not be distinguished)

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19 Jun 2006, 06:35
Its a clear E, nothing is close to it

A : irrelevant
B : Irrelevant

C & D dont undermine
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