Alzheimer’s Risk in Men Increases with Partial Loss of Y Chromosome, Study Reveals

Alzheimer’s Risk in Men Increases with Partial Loss of Y Chromosome, Study Reveals
Loss of the Y chromosome in blood cells puts men at the same risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease as individuals carrying familial high-risk mutations, offering a new marker for assessing disease risk, also including other age-related diseases, such as cancer. Partial loss of the Y chromosome over time, present in 17 percent of men, has

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