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A decline in midluteal estradiol of less than 50% is associated with a higher pregnancy rate in in-vitro fertilization. Pacific Coast Reproductive Society, 50th Annual Meeting, April 2002, Rancho La Mirage, CA

A decline in midluteal estradiol of less than 50% is associated with a higher pregnancy rate in in-vitro fertilization. Pacific Coast Reproductive Society, 50th Annual Meeting, April 2002, Rancho La Mirage, CA . In: Fertility and Sterility,. 2002; 77(Suppl 3):S1-24.


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