Time to think about neonatal outcome in assisted reproductive technology


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Volume 109, Issue 5, Pages 789–790


Dominique de Ziegler, M.D., Paul Pirtea, M.D., Marine Poulain, Pharm.D., Sarah Vanlieferinghen, M.D., Jean Marc Ayoubi, M.D.


Reflections on "In vitro fertilization, interpregnancy interval, and risk for adverse perinatal outcomes" by Palmsten et al.

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