Big data approach to evaluation of birth defects and assisted reproductive technology: the Chinese linkage cohort


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Volume 109, Issue 5, Pages 791–792


Mary D. Sammel, Sc.D., Natalie Stentz, M.D., Divya K. Shah, M.D., M.M.E.


Reflections on "Associations of birth defects with the Mode of assisted reproductive technology in a Chinese data linkage cohort" by Hui-ting et al.

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