CRT 205- argument

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Is this a correct evaluation of an argument, it's premise and conclusion?

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The author states that “The disability rights movement has a long history of healthy skepticism toward medical professionals, and there's an established body of research demonstrating that physicians underrate the quality of life of people with disabilities compared with our own assessments. Our skepticism has grown into outright distrust in our profit-driven health care system.”

The premise of this argument is that physicians don’t give the same level of care to disabled people as they do to non-disabled people. The conclusion of the argument is that disabled people have become distrustful of physicians today.

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