Corifollitropin Alfa: One Shot Injection for IVF
Controlled ovarian stimulation (COS) has been recognized as a painstaking process for many people. It involves the maintenance of extended control over endogenous reproductive hormones and continuous dosing with exogenous hormones via abdominal injection.
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