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Is there any difference in describing the result of something?

The chances of survival of this person were slightly lowered because he or she now had only one kidney and if that kidney became diseased there would not be a healthy kidney in reserve. So/Therefore/ Thus, he or she would certainly die.

1. Is there any difference when I use 'so', 'therefore' or 'thus' in the last sentence?

2. Does the last sentence make sense in its context?

Thank you.

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language



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