Evidence-based research for weight management of the obese woman around the time of conception is not as simple as you think!


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Volume 106, Issue 5, Pages 1049-1050


L. Anne Gilmore, Ph.D., Leanne M. Redman, Ph.D.


Reflections on "The feasibility of a brief, intensive weight loss intervention to improve reproductive outcomes in obese, subfertile women: a pilot study" by Rothberg et al.

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