Should the reproductive risk of a couple aiming to conceive be tested in the contemporary clinical context?

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Volume 111, Issue 2, Pages 229–238

Authors:

Antonio Capalbo, Ph.D., Davit Chokoshvili, Ph.D., Lorraine Dugoff, M.D., Jason Franasiak, M.D., Norbert Gleicher, M.D., Guido Pennings, Ph.D., Carlos Simon, M.D., Ph.D.

Abstract:

PRO: The reproductive risk of a couple aiming to conceive should be tested in the contemporary clinical context

CON: The reproductive risk of a couple aiming to conceive should not be tested in the contemporary clinical context


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Should the reproductive risk of a couple aiming to conceive be tested in the contemporary clinical context?
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