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Impacts of Cyclosporin A on clinical pregnancy outcomes of patients with a history of unexplained transfer failure: a retrospective cohort study
Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology, March 2021
Danni Qu, Xiangming Tian, Ling Ding, Yuan Li, Wenhui Zhou
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