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"GINEXMAL RCT: Induction of labour versus expectant management in gestational diabetes pregnancies"

By Gianpaolo Maso, Salvatore Alberico, Uri Wiesenfeld, Luca Ronfani, Anna Erenbourg, Eran Hadar, Yariv Yogev and Moshe Hod
Topics: Study Protocol
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