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Patrolling your bloodstream, they search for Bacteria, Infection, Germs, or other diseases that can make you sick.

When White Blood Cells detect pathogens in your body, they quickly attack them so you can stay safe and healthy.

Your immune system works to fight against harmful pathogens that may cause you to get sick. White blood cells are a very important part of this system.

We produce our White Blood Cells right inside the bone marrow in our healthy factories. That’s because when your body needs extra help against pathogens, we makes more white blood cells to help.


There are five different types of cells, and each has a different job. Some fight bacteria, others fight allergies, and other battle parasites. The most common one, Neutrophils, they Fight Pathogens called Bacteria and fungi.

When White blood cells see that there is an invader in your blood, they spring into action. Neutrophils are the most important type of white blood cell. Let’s say that you have Pathogens in your blood that may give you chickenpox or the flu. Neutrophils will actually find those Pathogens and ingest them! They suck them right up, like a Vacuum cleaner!


In One drop of blood, there are between 7.000 and 25.000 White blood cells. There may be more needed if your body is fighting a serious infection.

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  • Monocytes. They have a longer lifespan than many white blood cells and help to break down bacteria.
  • Lymphocytes. They create antibodies to defend against bacteria, viruses, and other potentially harmful invaders.
  • Neutrophils. They kill and digest bacteria and fungi. They are the most numerous type of white blood cell and your first line of defense when infection strikes.
  • Basophils. These small cells appear to sound an alarm when infectious agents invade your blood. They secrete chemicals such as histamine, a marker of allergic disease, that help control the body's immune response.
  • Eosinophils. They attack and kill parasites, destroy cancer cells, and help with allergic responses.
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