Unraveling the biologic and social predictors of infant sex among assisted reproductive technology cycles in the United States

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Volume 112, Issue 2, Pages 237–238

Authors:

Heather S. Hipp, M.D.a, Audrey J. Gaskins, Sc.D.b

Abstract:

Reflections on "Trends and correlates of the sex distribution among United States assisted reproductive technology births" by Narvaez et al.


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