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Ozone depletion has resulted in greater exposure to ultra violet rays, to lead to 8 percent more incidence of skin cancer in light skinned people and doubles the number of people suffering from eye diseases such as cataracts.

A. to lead to 8 percent more incidence of skin cancer in light skinned people and doubles
B. leading to 8 percent more of incidence of skin cancer in light skinned people and doubling
C. to lead to a 8-percent increase in the incidence of skin cancer in light skinned people and double
D. to lead to an increase of 8 percent in incidence of skin cancer in light skinned people and doubled
E. leading to a 8-percent increase in the incidence of skin cancer in light skinned people and doubling
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Ozone depletion has resulted in greater exposure to ultra violet rays, to lead to 8 percent more incidence of skin cancer in light skinned people and doubles the number of people suffering from eye diseases such as cataracts.

A. to lead to 8 percent more incidence of skin cancer in light skinned people and doubles
B. leading to 8 percent more of incidence of skin cancer in light skinned people and doubling
C. to lead to a 8-percent increase in the incidence of skin cancer in light skinned people and double
D. to lead to an increase of 8 percent in incidence of skin cancer in light skinned people and doubled
E. leading to a 8-percent increase in the incidence of skin cancer in light skinned people and doubling

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