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Premature ovarian failure occurs in almost 1% of women under age 40. Molecular alterations of the FSH receptor (FSHR) have recently been described. A first homozygous mutation of the FSHR was identified in Finland. More recently, we described two new mutations of the FSHR in a woman presenting a partial FSH-resistance syndrome (patient 1). We now report new(More)
Hormonal contraception was made legal in France in 1967, and it was used by 28% of French women between 20-44 in 1978. There has been in the past few years a drop in the number of OC (oral contraception) users, largely due to the many and well publicized side effects, the best known of which are metabolic effects, cardio- and cerebrovascular effects,(More)
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