Phthalates and other endocrine-disrupting chemicals: the 21st century's plague for reproductive health


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Volume 111, Issue 5, Pages 885–886


Francisco Dominguez, Ph.D.


Reflections on "Follicular fluid concentrations of phthalate metabolites are associated with altered intrafollicular reproductive hormones among women undergoing in vitro fertilization" by Du et al.

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