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Unlike transplants between identical twins, whose genetic endowment is the same, all patients receiving hearts or other organs must take antirejection drugs for the rest of their lives.

(A) Unlike transplants between identical twins, whose genetic endowment is the same
(B) Besides transplants involving identical twins with the same genetic endowment
(C) Unless the transplant involves identical twins who have the same genetic endowment
(D) Aside from a transplant between identical twins with the same genetic endowment
(E) Other than transplants between identical twins, whose genetic endowment is the same

OA will be followed. Thank you!

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New post 18 Aug 2004, 06:37
For this question, you want to compare twins to patients, instead of transplants to patients, which is exactly what (A) did.

(B) (D) and (E) are all guilty of bad comparisons too.

So (C) is best. It says unless transplant invovles identical twins.... all patients receving organs..

In (C) you compare the twins to patients.

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Concur with C as best as it makes right comparison.
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New post 18 Aug 2004, 15:25
You guys all correct.
OA is C.

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