Evaluation of Clinical and Economic Issues

Keith, Louis G.
June 2012
Fertility Weekly;6/18/2012, p8
Academic Journal
Case Study
The article presents a case study on the efficiency of micronutrient supplementation for subfertile men. It notes the recent situation wherein clinicians may not be aware that nutritional support can be used to male reproductive potential. The extent of subfertility on a worldwide basis and the stress it places on couples who want a child are also considered in the study.


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