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Treatment of Autoimmune Infertility: A Proactive Approach
Because autoimmunity affects female fertility negatively on many fronts, from ovarian reserve to egg quality and implantation, it is essential to have a proactive treatment layers in place even before a patient starts her IVF cycle. Center for Human Reproduction's Dr. Gleicher explains some of the major treatments used at CHR for women with autoimmune-related infertility.
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