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Miscarriage
Smoking
Pregnancy

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Hassan, S. Z., Saberian, C., Karrar Khan, S., & Salam, O. (2019). Paternal Smoking May be Associated with Increased Risk of Miscarriage. Internal Medicine and Medical Investigation Journal, 4(1). https://doi.org/10.24200/imminv.v4i1.190

Paternal Smoking May be Associated with Increased Risk of Miscarriage

Syed Zawahir Hassan
Chantal Saberian
Sadaf Karrar Khan
Osama Salam

This letter to editor discuss about Paternal Smoking and Increased Risk of Miscarriage

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