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Reflections on “Embryo transfer practices and multiple births resulting from assisted reproductive technology: an opportunity for prevention” by Kissin et al.

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Charles C. Coddington, M.D., Jani R. Jensen, M.D.

Volume 103, Issue 4, Pages 898-899

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Reflections on “Embryo transfer practices and multiple births resulting from assisted reproductive technology: an opportunity for prevention” by Kissin et al.

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