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Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility fellowship programs: Does one size fit all?

      Our field has changed. Medicine has changed. Therefore, our fellowships must adapt. It is important to remember that fellows are graduate students; residents are not. This means that fellows should have some autonomy and flexibility in their responsibility to design their own fellowship programs to meet their career goals.
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