Infertility patients in general and those with celiac disease may be able to breathe a sigh of relief


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Volume 110, Issue 3, Page 405


Kelly Acharya, M.D., Suheil Muasher, M.D.


Reflections on "Celiac disease is not more prevalent in patients undergoing IVF and does not impact reproductive outcomes with or without treatment: a large, prospective cohort study" by Juneau et al.

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