Novel letrozole dosing: is a single dose of letrozole equivalent to traditional 5-day dosing?


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VOLUME 1, ISSUE 3, P170, DECEMBER 01, 2020


Caitlin E. Martin, M.D., M.S.


Reflections on "Pregnancy rates from intrauterine insemination are equivalent following one- versus five-day letrozole administration for ovulation induction: A retrospective study." by McGrail et al.

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