Installing oncofertility programs for common cancers in limited resource settings (Repro-Can-OPEN Study): An extrapolation during the global crisis of Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

M. Salama, L. Ataman-Millhouse, M. Braham, K. Berjeb, M. Khrouf, J. K. Rodrigues, F. M. Reis, T. Cury Silva, F. Sánchez, S. Romero, J. Smitz, L. Vásquez, M. Vega, F. Sobral, G. Terrado, M. G. Lombardi, A. Scarella, M. T. Bourlon, H. Verduzco-Aguirre, A. M. SánchezS. K. Adiga, P. Tholeti, K. S. Udupa, N. Mahajan, M. Patil, R. Dalvi, C. Venter, G. Demetriou, J. Geel, R. Quintana, G. Rodriguez, T. Quintana, L. Viale, M. Fraguglia, M. Coirini, Y. A. Remolina-Bonilla, J. A.R. Noguera, J. C. Velásquez, A. Suarez, G. D. Arango, J. I.D. Pineda, M. D.C. Aldecoa, M. Javed, H. Al Sufyan, N. Daniels, B. C. Oranye, A. A. Ogunmokun, K. I. Onwuzurigbo, C. J. Okereke, T. C. Whesu, T. K. Woodruff

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