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Monday, September 23, 2019

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1-B
2-C

1 A
2 C

1.a
2.c

B
C

A
B

B
C

B
C

B

C

A and C

B
C

1.B :Sometimes patients given a placebo treatment will have a perceived or actual improvement in a medical condition, a phenomenon commonly called the placebo effect.

2.C :The most frequently prescribed placebos were antibiotics for viral infections, and vitamins for fatigue.

1 A 2 C

1. B
2. C

1.A
2.C

1. B, an improvement in a patient’s health as a result of a simulated medical treatment
2. A, doctors working in hospitals

Keywords:
Refer to = Called
General practitioner = doctors working in hospitals

B and a

B and C

1.b
2.c

A, C

B, C

B
C

b & c

b and c

B, C

BC

B
C

B
C

B
C

1 c
2 c

1.B

2.C

B, C

1.A
2.C

1.B
given a placebo treatment=simulated medical treatment
in a medical condition=in a patient's health

2.C
vitamins for fatigue=for fatigued patients
viral infections=viruses

1.B
"a phenomenon(patients have a perceived or actual improvement) called the placebo effect"

2.B
"The most frequently prescribed placebos were antibiotics for viral infections."

1.B
"a phenomenon(patients have a perceived or actual improvement) called the placebo effect"

2.C
"The most frequently prescribed placebos were antibiotics for viral infections, and vitamins for fatigue."

B
C

1 B
2 C

1C 2A

My new answer
1 C
2 C

CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

B

C

B
C

1.B
2.C

B
C

B
C

1B
2C

1. B
2. C

1 B Because A = Placebo, not placebo effect
2 C Because antibiotic = vitamin are both placebo

B
C

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