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Scientists in England have found a possible link between damage in pr

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Scientists in England have found a possible link between damage in proteins in blood plasma and autism spectrum disorders that could lead to a reliable blood and urine test for the disorders, allowing it to be treated at a much younger age.

A. allowing it to be treated at a much younger age

B. allowing patients to be treated at much younger ages

C. allows them to be treated at a much younger age

D. permits a patient to be treated at a much younger age

E. permitting those to be treated at much younger ages
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Scientists in England have found a possible link between damage in proteins in blood plasma and autism spectrum disorders that could lead to a reliable blood and urine test for the disorders, allowing it to be treated at a much younger age.

A. allowing it to be treated at a much younger age

B. allowing patients to be treated at much younger ages

C. allows them to be treated at a much younger age

D. permits a patient to be treated at a much younger age

E. permitting those to be treated at much younger ages



C, D and E can be eliminated
of A and B, A can be eliminated as 'allowing patients' to be treated is more accurate than 'allowing it'.
OA: B
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