Transposed ovarian function conservation in cervical cancer patients with radiotherapy

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WU Xiao-hua()
LI Zi-ting()
HUANG Xiao()
ZHOU Yu-Qi()
Cheng Xi()
CAI Shu-mo()
ZHANG Zhi-yi()
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Volume 40, Issue 04, 2005
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