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This collection of papers and discussions from the Conference on Fertility of the National Committee on Maternal Health, held in February 1946, presents the most recent advances in the field of fertility. The plan of the book covers the relation of fertility to the time of ovulation, the effect of the condition of the cervical mucus, and finally the motility, viability and fertilizing capacity of spermatozoa.
Originally published in 1946.
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