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Zombie alert? Male DNA found in women’s brains might prevent disease

| September 28, 2012

Male DNA found in the brains of women appears to have come from male fetuses they carried when pregnant, and it may have both positive and negative effects, including the prevention of disease. Researchers believe that DNA from male and female fetuses might cross into mothers’ genes.

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