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Fertility and Pregnancy: An Epidemiologic Perspective Hardcover – Mar 12 2010

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Great repro epi text Feb. 20 2013
By Jessica R. - Published on
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One of the best texts out there on the subject I think. Really stimulates the thought process about the uniqueness of reproductive epidemiology
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Reliable, understandable information Jan. 21 2011
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I found this book to be a great resource for information on fertility and pregnancy and believe it would be helpful for anyone who would like to know about results from current research as well as how and why those investigations were done. The author explains and reviews research on reproduction, provides details on key studies, and helps the reader interpret the results. Although the book is a scholarly presentation of epidemiological studies, it provides readable information understandable to a lay person. I not only found answers to my questions in the book but also felt I had an understanding of how and why conclusions were reached.
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Outstanding report on fertility & pregnancy June 14 2011
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Allen Wilcox has written an oustanding review of the incredibly complex events that unfold to produce a viable pregnancy and healthy baby with fascinating coverage of historical events. This book is a wonderful addition to the library of interested researchers and public health teachers; the material should be discussed in classes for young women of childbearing age.