Human papilloma virus: to what degree does this sexually transmitted infection affect male fertility?


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Volume 113, Issue 5, Pages 927–928


Jaden R. Kohn, M.D., M.P.H.a, Andrew T. Gabrielson, M.D.b, Taylor P. Kohn, M.D., M.Phil.b


Reflections on "Evaluation of human papilloma virus in semen as a risk factor for low sperm quality and poor in vitro fertilization outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis" by Weinberg et al.

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