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Patients with excessive follicular development in an in vitro fertilization ivf program have reduced fertilization and cleavage rates



Patients with excessive follicular development in an in vitro fertilization ivf program have reduced fertilization and cleavage rates



Human Reproduction 5(Suppl.): 100-101




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