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Premise- Since most all disease can be effectively prevented by a healthy lifestyle.
Conclusion-Animal activist sometimes contend that medical research is unneccessary.
Is this a valid/sound argument or is this an ivalid/unsound argument?

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    It's invalid/unsound.

    The premise is wrong.

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