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MUC Gene Research: Endometriosis And Infertility

If you’re looking for some light reading, the research listed below is not it. If you’re interested in reading thought-provoking, detailed information regarding research on endometriosis and endometriosis-related infertility, this is an interesting read. For those of you who are not signed up for Google alerts on the topic of endometriosis, you may wish to consider signing up for them.


Today, I received an email alerting me to the newer study below. The notification led me to a site with which I wasn’t particularly impressed. As is so often the case, though, with such alerts that notify me of a site talking about a research study, I found the notification helpful in the aspect that it told me of the study so that I could then go look for the actual research itself (rather than someone’s interpretation of it). I won’t give my own interpretation of this research. Instead, I’ll include the links here for those who wish to read it themselves:



(After clicking the above link, just click “provisional PDF” – at the bottom of the abstract – to see the complete article).


It’s always refreshing to me to see meaningful endometriosis research. With so many endometriosis patients impacted by infertility, I found this research to be a breath of fresh air.


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2 comments

1 AnnieNo Gravatar { 03.15.12 at 5:32 pm }

Looks interesting. I’ll have to read through it a bit when I have some spare time. Thanks!
Annie´s last [type] ..The End

2 JeanneNo Gravatar { 04.16.12 at 12:45 am }

Annie:

This is a wee bit of a delayed reaction on my part, huh? I haven’t been online much, I’m afraid. Yes, I thought this research on endometriosis and infertility was interesting.

Jeanne

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