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Which of the following diseases results in decreased strength due to failure to synthesize hydroxyproline and hydroxylysine?

A. Metabolic alkalosis                  B. Diabetes mellitus

C. Cancer                                     D. Kwashiorkor

E. Scurvy                                      F. Phenylketonuria

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