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    so arresting

    I would like to know the meaning of "so" in the next sentence?
    I would like to know if "arresting" is "adjective" or participle".

    Many cutting-edge cancer treatments attempt to starve the tumor of this blood supply, so arresting growth.

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    Re: so arresting

    Quote Originally Posted by smartenglish View Post
    1. I would like to know the meaning of "so" in the next sentence below​. ? [It's not a question.]
    2. I would like to know if "arresting" is an adjective or a participle. [I removed the unnecessary quotation marks.]

    Many cutting-edge cancer treatments attempt to starve the tumor of this blood supply, so arresting growth.
    1. It means 'thus'.

    2. It's a participle.

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    Re: so arresting

    Just click on Thank​ for a post that has been helpful, smartenglish. There is no need to submit a new post.

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