Obesity and poor reproductive outcome: female and male body weight matter

Reflections on “The influence of female and male body mass index on live-births after Assisted Reproductive Technology treatment – a nationwide register-based cohort study” by Petersen et al.

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José Bellver, M.D.

Volume 99, Issue 6, Pages 1558-1559, May 2013

Abstract

Reflections on “The influence of female and male body mass index on live-births after Assisted Reproductive Technology treatment – a nationwide register-based cohort study” by Petersen et al.

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