Let there be light: does circadian rhythm disruption cause polycystic ovary syndrome?


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VOLUME 115, ISSUE 3, P607-608, MARCH 01, 2021


Xiaojie Zhou, M.D., Heather Huddleston, M.D.


Reflections on "Association between circadian rhythm disruption and polycystic ovary syndrome" by Wang et al.

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