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For the most in-depth information, visit our white blood cell disorders page on the Dana-Farber/Boston Children's website.
Blood is made up of three different types of blood cells, all of which are produced by the bone marrow:
There are several different types of white blood cells, each of which has a specific role in protecting the body from infection:
Many disorders can cause the bone marrow to produce too many or too few white blood cells, or to produce white blood cells that do not function as they should.
Patients with white blood cell disorders are treated at the Blood Disorders Center within Dana-Farber/Boston Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Center — where your child will receive care from some of the world’s most experienced pediatric hematologists with deep expertise in the conditions they treat.
Find in-depth information on white blood cell disorders on the Dana-Farber/Boston Children’s website, including answers to:
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