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Blood cells

Blood Cell

(Science: haematology) there are three main types of cell in the blood stream.

The red cell, which carries oxygen, the white Cell, which fights infections and the platelet, which helps prevent bleeding. The correct balance between each cell type must be maintained for the body to remain healthy.


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