Published in Women's Health Law Weekly, June 27th, 2004
According to a study from Canada, "Endometriosis is a prevalent disease characterized by the estrogen-dependent ectopic growth of endometrial tissue. Most of the current medical therapies consist in inducing a hypoestrogenic state in patients, but these treatments are associated with severe side effects and high recurrence rates. The development of convenient and reliable endometriosis animal models would be instrumental to accelerate the emergence of new therapeutic alternatives."
M. Fortin and colleagues at the World Antidoping Agency in...
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