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☆Invited lecture for Third Symposium organized by the Wim Schellekens Foundation, “Thrombophilia and Reproduction”, Friday, 16 June 2000, Westeinde Hospital, The Hague (NL) (070200, 080200, 090200, 100200, 110200, 060600).