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These sevices they provide, makes it impossible for patients not to depend on healthcare employees.

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These services they provide, makes it very impossible for patients not to depend on healthcare employees.
asked Feb 01 '12 at 07:53 Immaculata Uwanuakwa New member

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There's a question of clarity here. If, as a result of the services provided, the patients depend on the healthcare providers, the sentence should read: "The services provided make it impossible for the patients not to depend on healthcare providers." if, however, the patients cannot rely on the providers, the sentence should read: "The services provided make it impossible for the patients to depend on the healthcare providers."
link comment answered Feb 01 '12 at 12:21 Lindsey York Contributor

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