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May 2019 - Volume 26 - Issue 5

  • Isaac Schiff, MD
  • 1530-0374
  • 12 issues per year
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology 24/80
  • 2.673

In this issue, the paper titled “Early Life Exposure to Famine and Reproductive Aging Among Chinese Women” by Wang et al is freely available for one month and is most relevant as it deals with theory of developmental programming.  In this study, the authors looked at early life exposure to famine in China and what happened to their reproductive aging.  The study suggested an association with fetal exposure to famine and increased risk of early menopause.  Thus, adaptation in response to fetal malnutrition may have a profound impact on future reproductive life. 

Isaac Schiff, CM, MD

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Early life exposure to famine and reproductive aging among Chinese women

Wang, Nengying; Huang, Yinqiong; Wen, Junping; More

Menopause. 26(5):463-468, May 2019.

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