Male Smokers Tend to Lose More Y Chromosomes. Should You Worry?

December 5, 2014 12:08 PM

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A new study reveals that male smokers are three times more likely to lose their Y chromosomes compared to non-smoking men. This could help explain why men are more prone to cancers that are associated to smoking compared to women.(Photo : Guian Bolisay)

A new study reveals that male smokers are three times more likely to lose their Y chromosomes compared to non-smoking men. This could help explain why men are more prone to cancers that are associated to smoking compared to women.

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