Costescu, Dustin J.; Waddington, Ashley; Rosendaal, Frits R.; Helmerhorst, Frans M.
April 2013
BMJ: British Medical Journal;4/20/2013, Vol. 346 Issue 7904, p25
Academic Journal
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article ``Is an EMA review on hormonal contraception and thrombosis needed?'' by Helmerhorst and Rosendaal in the March 7, 2013 issue.


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