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25 May 2022 A decade of discovery: the stunning progress of premature ovarian insufficiency research in China
Xiaoyan Wang, Zi-Jiang Chen
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Premature ovarian insufficiency (POI) is one of the key aspects of ovarian infertility. Due to early cession of ovarian function, POI imposes great challenges on the physiological and psychological health of women and becomes a common cause of female infertility. In the worldwide, there has been a special outpouring of concern for about 4 million reproductive-aged women suffering from POI in China. Driven by advances in new technologies and efforts invested by Chinses researchers, understanding about POI has constantly been progressing over the past decade. Here, we comprehensively summarize and review the landmark development and achievements from POI studies in China spanning 2011–2020, which aims to provide key insights from bench to bedside.

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In this review, we offered a glimpse on POI research by Chinese researchers and highlighted leading developments and landmark achievements in etiological, diagnostic, and therapeutic progress in the past decade.

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Xiaoyan Wang and Zi-Jiang Chen "A decade of discovery: the stunning progress of premature ovarian insufficiency research in China," Biology of Reproduction 107(1), 27-39, (25 May 2022). https://doi.org/10.1093/biolre/ioac085
Received: 11 December 2021; Accepted: 13 April 2021; Published: 25 May 2022
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Genetics
premature ovarian insufficiency
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