Erratum to: Volume 1, Contraception and Reproductive Medicine
© Contraception and Reproductive Medicine. 2016
Received: 14 March 2016
Accepted: 17 March 2016
Published: 14 April 2016
Due to a technical issue with the set-up of the journal Contraception and Reproductive Medicine in production, the articles [1–5] were published with the incorrect volume and year information in the PDF of the article. In the HTML versions of the articles [1–5], the articles were published with incorrect volume information. The articles [1–5] were published into volume 2 and year 2017; however they should have been published in volume 1 and year 2016.
The publisher takes full responsibility for this error and sincerely apologises for the inconvenience caused.
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