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Some patients who do not respond to therapies for depression

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Some patients who do not respond to therapies for depression may simply have received inadequate treatment, having, for example, been prescribed a drug at a dosage too low to be effective or having been taken off a drug too soon.

A.

B. having, for example, a drug prsecription that was ineffective because the dosage was too low, or being

C. as, for example, having too low of a dosage of prescribed drug for it to be effective, or being

D. when they have, for example, been prescribed too low a drug dosage to be effective, or were

E. for example, when they have a drug prescription with a dosage too low to be effective, or been

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A seems to be the best choice because of ||. But I'm curious. Is 'having, for example, been...' odd?

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New post 03 Jun 2007, 18:38
leeye84 wrote:
A seems to be the best choice because of ||. But I'm curious. Is 'having, for example, been...' odd?


For this very reason, I got stumped in this question.

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LM wrote:
leeye84 wrote:
A seems to be the best choice because of ||. But I'm curious. Is 'having, for example, been...' odd?


For this very reason, I got stumped in this question.


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New post 05 Jul 2007, 04:36
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Some patients who do not respond to therapies for depression may simply have received inadequate treatment, having, for example, been prescribed a drug at a dosage too low to be effective or having been taken off a drug too soon.

A.

B. having, for example, a drug prsecription that was ineffective because the dosage was too low, or being

C. as, for example, having too low of a dosage of prescribed drug for it to be effective, or being

D. when they have, for example, been prescribed too low a drug dosage to be effective, or were

E. for example, when they have a drug prescription with a dosage too low to be effective, or been


Being - B, C - out

were - tense problem - D - out

E - awkward

A - best.

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