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Connie
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The human body can protect itself from infection. the ability to resist infection related to

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age, strength of immune system, health, personal hygiene, diet.   Our body has many ways to protect itself from infections. It needs us to know and understand the normal ways your body does this, and how cancer and cancer treatment change this process. This may assist us appropriate understand why infections can expand so quickly and be so serious in people with cancer.   If we get infected through the skin or mucous membranes, the job of protecting the body shifts to our immune system. Our immune system is a composite grid of cells, signals, and organs that work jointly to help kill germs that cause infections. Many of these are special blood cells that travel in the blood until they find germs to attack. Others fill part of their moment in the blood and the rest of their time in immune system body part.   White blood cells are part of the immune system. (Red cells and platelets are not.) There are different types of white blood cells, and they each have a key role in the body’s defense against germs: Neutrophils Lymphocytes (which include T-lymphocytes and B-lymphocytes) Monocytes Macrophages

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