BIRTH AFTER REPLACEMENT OF HATCHING BLASTOCYST CRYOPRESERVED AT EXPANDED BLASTOCYST STAGE

@article{Cohen1985BIRTHAR,
  title={BIRTH AFTER REPLACEMENT OF HATCHING BLASTOCYST CRYOPRESERVED AT EXPANDED BLASTOCYST STAGE},
  author={Jacques Cohen and Roger S. Simons and Carole B. Fehilly and Simon B. Fishel and Robert Edwards and Jonathan Hewitt and George Rowland and Patrick Christopher Steptoe and John Webster},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1985},
  volume={325}
}
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