To get founding and tenured positions, medical researchers have to get their work published in
well-regarded journals, where rejection can climb above 90 percent. Not surprisingly, the studies
that tend to make the grade are those that make (i)_____ claims. But while coming up with such
(ii)_____ claims is relatively easy, getting the data to bear them out is another matter. When
studied rigorously, the great majority of these claims (iii)_____.
A. well-supported B. eye-catching C. small-scale D. practical E. orthodox F. striking G. yield contradictory evidence H. require extensive analysis I. support conventional beliefs
答案给的是BFG，但是最后一空我不太理解，第三空应该与getting the data to bear them out取反，但是我觉得这样的话G和H都说得通呀