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    Can both "by" be omitted?

    Evidence shows that it's possible for women with primary ovarian insufficiency to conceive, by using lower-dose drug A to induce ovulation after inhibiting high concentrations of FSH by using drug E.

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    Re: Can both "by" be omitted?

    Quote Originally Posted by NewHopeR View Post
    Evidence shows that it's possible for women with primary ovarian insufficiency to conceive, by using lower-dose drug A to induce ovulation after inhibiting high concentrations of FSH by using drug E.
    It's possible, but I wouldn't omit them.

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