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Research conducted by the University of California has discovered that about 1 in 8 women develop depression at some point in their lives and that women are doubly likely to struggle with chronic depression as men are.

A. women are doubly likely to struggle with chronic depression as men are

B. women are twice as likely to struggle with chronic depression as it is for men to

C. women are twice as likely to struggle with chronic depression as men are

D. women are twice as likely to struggle with chronic depression than men are

E. women are doubly likely to struggle with chronic depression than men are

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