A Survey on the Experience of Singaporean Trainees in Obstetrics/Gynecology and Family Medicine of Sexual Problems and Views on Training in Sexual Medicine

  title={A Survey on the Experience of Singaporean Trainees in Obstetrics/Gynecology and Family Medicine of Sexual Problems and Views on Training in Sexual Medicine},
  author={Zhongwei Huang and Derek Shangxian Choong and Adaikan P Ganesan and Susan Jane Sinclair Logan},
  journal={Sexual Medicine},
  pages={107 - 113}
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