The third degree: climate change and reproductive health

Climate change is a public health emergency which will impact reproductive medicine and biology. Physicians must engage in the effort to address this crisis.
The third degree: climate change and reproductive health
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VOLUME 118, ISSUE 2, P213-214

Author:

Ruben Alvero, M.D. 

Abstract:

Climate change is a public health emergency, yet the medical community has been inconsistent in its understanding and engagement of the crisis. Reproductive endocrinology and infertility and reproductive biology will be impacted broadly by the changing climate. This Views and Reviews hopes to enlist reproductive endocrinology and infertility specialists to first understand the issues and then take action to support mitigation and accommodation efforts.

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