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Macaluso, Maurizio; Wright-Schnapp, Tracie J.; Chandra, Anjani; Johnson, Robert; Satterwhite, Catherine L.; Pulver, Amy; Berman, Stuart M.; Wang, Richard Y.; Farr, Sherry L.; Pollack, Lori A. (2010-01)In 2002, 2 million American women of reproductive age were infertile. Infertility is also common among men. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) conducts surveillance and research on the causes of infertility, ...
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