EMAS position statement: Predictors of premature and early natural menopause.

@article{Mishra2019EMASPS,
  title={EMAS position statement: Predictors of premature and early natural menopause.},
  author={Gita Devi Mishra and Hsin-Fang Chung and Antonio Cano and Peter Chedraui and Dimitrios G. Goulis and Patrice Lop{\`e}s and Alfred Otto Mueck and Margaret C. P. Rees and Levent Mehmet Senturk and Tommaso Simoncini and John C Stevenson and Petra Stute and Pauliina Tuomikoski and Irene Lambrinoudaki},
  journal={Maturitas},
  year={2019},
  volume={123},
  pages={
          82-88
        }
}

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