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Patients who stop taking antibiotics when symptoms subside

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Patients who stop taking antibiotics when symptoms subside contribute to the evolution of drug-resistant strains, because an incomplete course of treatment spares the most _________ bacteria.





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(A) widespread
(B) immature
(C) robust
(D) benignant
(E) notorious

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Robust.

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Re: Patients who stop taking antibiotics when symptoms subside [#permalink] New post 14 Nov 2017, 03:52
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The bacteria that survive antibiotics would presumably be those hardest to kill. You might also want a word that means something like “drug-resistant.” The only word that means anything like “hard-to-kill” is robust.

Robust.
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