The chicken or the egg: parallel interests

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Volume 113, Issue 5, Pages 945–946


Olivia Carpinello, M.D., Alan DeCherney, M.D.


It is not unexpected that the material published in medical journals would reflect the research interests of those on the editorial board. If an article is perceived as irrelevant, it will not be honored with publication. Here, we highlight the parallels in interest between certain members of the editorial board of Fertility and Sterility in 1970 with articles published in the May 1970 issue.

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