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How do white blood cells fight diseases and virus Brandon

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Blazer Spartan

on 18 January 2013

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Somebody with Leukemia can have 50,000 white blood cells in their one drop of blood. By Brandon Toy How do white blood cells fight against diseases? .white blood cells have a variety of ways to attack a germ or disease. White blood cells only live from a few days to a few weeks One drop of blood can have either 7,000 to 25,000 white blood cells. If your white blood cells significantly and consistently Having your white blood cells reproduce and create more of there selves is important. Something I found interesting Having white blood cells reproduce is important because a white blood cell's lifespan is a few days to a few weeks. Without having white blood cells would mean no immune system and your body couldn't fight off diseases and virus like Cancer and Leukimia. Bibliography
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