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Hi PS,

I understand why Answer (A) is correct - because it shows that the medical staff has to retrieve the files regardless of whether the patient asks for it. Thus, it is time-wasting and does NOT cancel out the Doctor's first reason.

Can you please confirm my rationale for Answer (E)? If some doctors had this policy all along, but no patients took advantage of this policy, it establishes the doctor's second reason (no patients asked for files), but it does cancel the doctor's first reason, because it is not time-wasting. Is that correct?

Thanks so much!
 Adam Tyson
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Confirmed! Good work!

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