Preimplantation genetic diagnosis: why are obstetric and neonatal risks increased? The need for more data


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Volume 106, Issue 6, Pages 1328-1329


Andrea Borini, M.D., M.Sc., Nicoletta Tarozzi, Ph.D., Cristina Lagalla, B.Sc.


Reflections on "Preimplantation genetic diagnosis: a national multicenter obstetrical and neonatal follow-up study" by Bay et al.

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