How might centralization of male factor infertility care impact patients and residents?

Reflections

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Volume 110, Issue 1, Page 56

Authors:

James M. Dupree, M.D., M.P.H.

Abstract:

Reflections on "Changes in practice patterns in male infertility cases in the United States: the trend toward subspecialization" by Bach et al.


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