Men Who Smoke Are More Likely to Lose Y Chromosome, Have Higher Mortality Rates

December 5, 2014 4:28 PM

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(Photo : Flickr/CC) Smoking can cause loss of the Y chromosomes in men, putting them at a higher risk of developing cancer than women, according to a recent study.

Smoking can cause loss of the Y chromosomes in men, putting them at a higher risk of developing cancer than women, according to a recent study.

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