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Currently, under Indian laws, doctors practicing individually are not authorized to advertise their services in any media, electronic or print. Research, however, indicates that the more a service is advertised, the lesser are the charges levied for it. Thus, if the Indian government removes its current restrictions on advertising by doctors, it will do a great service to the cause of patients as the medical costs will go down considerably as a consequence.
Which of the following, if true, would most undermine the truth of the above argument?
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- A significant majority of patients in India prefer going to doctors working in hospitals over those practicing individually.
- Doctors practicing individually are dissatisfied with the current restrictions on advertising of their services as they believe the law is quite unfair to them.
- Many doctors practicing individually feel that they are getting enough number of patients without any kind of publicity.
- A survey shows that most doctors will advertise their services if the currently applicable restrictions on them are done away with.
- The government does not believe that allowing individual doctors to advertise their services is going to result in any significant fall in the fees they charge.
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