Sperm DNA fragmentation to predict embryo development, implantation and miscarriage: still an open question

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Laura Rienzi, B.Sc., M.Sc.a, Rossella Mazzilli, M.D.a,b, Filippo Maria Ubaldi, MDa


Reflections on "Sperm DNA fragmentation is correlated with poor embryo development, lower implantation rate and higher miscarriage rate in reproductive cycles of non-male factor infertility" by Borges et al.

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