Should empiric therapies be used for male factor infertility?

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Volume 113, Issue 6, Pages 1121–1130

Authors:

Kai J. Buhling, M.D., Peter Chan, M.D., Martin Kathrins, M.D., Marian Showell, M.P.H., M.L.I.S., Sarah C. Vij, M.D., Mark Sigman, M.D.

Abstract:

PRO: Empiric therapies should be used for male factor infertility

CON: Empiric therapies should not be used for male factor infertility

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