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Mar 17, 2001·Current Pain and Headache Reports·C L Lay, A M Mascellino
Mar 21, 2001·Menopause : the Journal of the North American Menopause Society·R SmallB Ettinger
Mar 21, 2001·Menopause : the Journal of the North American Menopause Society·D B JeffeW M Kohrt
Mar 21, 2001·Menopause : the Journal of the North American Menopause Society·S J RolnickR Compo
Mar 21, 2001·Menopause : the Journal of the North American Menopause Society·North American Menopause Society
Mar 22, 2001·Psychoneuroendocrinology·M Brett, S Baxendale
Mar 23, 2001·The International Journal of Eating Disorders·C MeyerC Oldfield
Apr 17, 2001·BMJ : British Medical Journal·P Stallard
Apr 17, 2001·American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology·J F PeipertPelvic Inflammatory Disease Evaluation and Clinical Health Study Investigators
Apr 17, 2001·American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology·S G WestK C Light
Apr 17, 2001·American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology·P J Paley
Apr 18, 2001·Maturitas·R E NappiF Facchinetti
Apr 24, 2001·American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine·L A Campbell, R A Klocke
Apr 25, 2001·Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental·G M ReavenJ Segrest
Apr 26, 2001·Cancer Treatment Reviews·J Christian, H Thomas
Apr 26, 2001·Cancer Treatment Reviews·J F StrattonM E Paterson
Apr 26, 2001·Archives of Disease in Childhood. Fetal and Neonatal Edition·N Hadzić
Apr 26, 2001·Postgraduate Medical Journal·F Al-Azzawi
Apr 27, 2001·Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise·A L SchwartzM E King
May 18, 2001·JAMA : the Journal of the American Medical Association·F H StewartJ Trussell
May 1, 2001·Acta Obstetricia Et Gynecologica Scandinavica·M Ludwig, K Diedrich
May 1, 2001·Nature Medicine·K L NathansonK N Nathanson
May 4, 2001·Fertility and Sterility·T M Mulders, T O Dieben
May 4, 2001·Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery·S J HoshawL L Perkins
May 5, 2001·The New England Journal of Medicine·D Tayloe
May 5, 2001·British Journal of Cancer·S A Khuder, A B Mutgi
May 10, 2001·JAMA : the Journal of the American Medical Association·M C AudetORTHO EVRA/EVRA 004 Study Group
May 15, 2001·Journal of Internal Medicine·W C Willett
May 15, 2001·Journal of Internal Medicine·P KnektA Reunanen
May 16, 2001·Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine·H Jneid, H L Thacker
May 18, 2001·British Journal of Cancer·P KerbratFrench National Federation of Cancer (FNCLCC)
May 18, 2001·British Journal of Cancer·M ResbeutFrench National Federation of Cancer (FNCLCC)
May 18, 2001·British Journal of Cancer·A BrémondFrench National Federation of Cancer (FNCLCC)
May 18, 2001·Endocrinology·D T MacLaughlinP K Donahoe
May 18, 2001·Endocrinology·S C Manolagas, S Kousteni
May 18, 2001·The New England Journal of Medicine·J P VandenbrouckeF R Rosendaal
May 23, 2001·Fertility and Sterility·J H CheckN M Lamborne
Jun 14, 2001·Archives of Internal Medicine·S LevensteinG A Kaplan
Jun 14, 2001·Archives of Internal Medicine·R W Rebar, D Archer
May 24, 2001·The New England Journal of Medicine·G F SawayaA M Garber
May 24, 2001·The New England Journal of Medicine·S C Reimold, J D Rutherford
May 24, 2001·Seminars in Oncology·R F Ozols
May 25, 2001·European Journal of Surgical Oncology : the Journal of the European Society of Surgical Oncology and the British Association of Surgical Oncology·R S RampaulNottingham Breast Team
May 26, 2001·BMJ : British Medical Journal·J Smith
May 26, 2001·BMJ : British Medical Journal·G StampC Crowther
Jun 1, 2001·American Journal of Epidemiology·A S KamigakiM A Austin
Jun 2, 2001·Hospital Medicine·S R Johnston
Jun 29, 2001·Archives of General Psychiatry·S M Stahl
Jun 5, 2001·Annals of Internal Medicine·M G ShlipakHeart and Estrogen/progestin Replacement Study Research Group
Jun 9, 2001·The Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research·P J DiSaia, K S Tewari
Jun 16, 2001·The New England Journal of Medicine·S Lessell
Jun 22, 2001·Lancet·A S Wierzbicki, T M Reynolds

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