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Reproductive Science

Edited by Edited by Seth M. Guller (Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut), Carlo Bulletti (University of Bologna, Rimini, Italy), and Dominique De Ziegler (University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland)
Reproductive Science

Published: March 2011

Volume 1221

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The conference from which this Annals volume derives has been presented every three to four years since the early 1990s, with the goal of updating attendees on the latest clinical and basic science advances in the field of reproductive sciences. The papers provide up-to-date, focused information on major issues currently faced by clinicians and basic scientists in the field of human reproduction. They specifically include identifying major obstacles in making clinical progress in the fields of in vitro fertilization, endometriois, uterine and ovarian transplantation, recurrent pregnancy loss, and preterm delivery.