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    Can "phase I and II studies" be expressed as "phase I/II studies"?

    Obviously it is not context sensitive. The background is medical science, of course.

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    Re: Can "phase I and II studies" be expressed as "phase I/II studies"?

    I wouldn't, and as they would seem to be formal studies, I would state as "Phase I and Phase II Studies" or "Phases I and II Studies".

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    Re: Can "phase I and II studies" be expressed as "phase I/II studies"?

    You could used &.

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