From sex-ed to fertility-ed: a more holistic approach to reproductive education

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VOLUME 1, ISSUE 3, P166-167, DECEMBER 01, 2020

Author:

Briana Rudick, M.D.

Abstract:

Reflections on "Employee benefit or occupational hazard? How employer coverage of egg freezing impacts reproductive decisions of graduate students" by Cardozo et al, and "Knowledge gaps in the understanding of fertility among nonmedical graduate students" by Bernardi et al.

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