Smoking cigarettes is associated with increased sperm disomy in teenage men.

@article{Rube1998SmokingCI,
  title={Smoking cigarettes is associated with increased sperm disomy in teenage men.},
  author={Jiř{\'i} Rube{\vs} and Xiu R Lowe and Dan R Moore and Sally D. Perreault and V L Slott and Donald P. Evenson and Sherry G. Selevan and Andrew J. Wyrobek},
  journal={Fertility and sterility},
  year={1998},
  volume={70 4},
  pages={715-23}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine whether moderate cigarette smoking and alcohol consumption in teenage men is associated with increases in disomic sperm and detectable changes in semen quality. DESIGN Cohort study. SETTING Military recruiting station, Teplice, Czech Republic. PATIENT(S) Ten current smokers (20 cigarettes per day for at least 2 years, exposure confirmed by urine cotinine) who also consumed alcohol and 15 nonsmokers. All patients were exactly 18 years old, healthy, and of unproven… CONTINUE READING

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