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The risks, benefits, and alternatives to this procedure, including the risk of bleeding, infection, injury to adjacent organs, and death were explained to the patient.
A) complete sentence
B) fragment
C) run-on
Seems like it could be A and the C because it's such a long sentence

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    As you've probably noticed, the length of the sentence isn't a very good indicator of a run-on.

    This is a complete sentence.

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