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Skin patches chronically exposed to sunlight compares with skin that is normally protected from the sun as having up to ten times more cancer-causing gene mutations.

(A) compares with skin that is normally protected from the sun as having up to ten times more cancer-causing gene mutations
(B) ,as opposed to skin that is normally protected from the sun, has up to ten times more cancer-causing gene mutations
(C) ,compared with skin that is normally protected from the sun, has up to ten times more cancer-causing gene mutations
(D) have up to ten times more cancer-causing gene mutations compared with skin that is normally protected from the sun
(E) have up to ten times more cancer-causing gene mutations than skin that is normally protected from the sun
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New post 06 Aug 2019, 18:46
Skin patches are illogically compared to skin patches in A , B and C . In D incorrect idiom "10 times more compared with" is used instead of "10 times more than"

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