White blood cells live on after fighting infection

09/28/2012 | Calgary Herald (Alberta)

White blood cells do not die after they attack the source of an infection but instead continue to perform an important immune function, Canadian researchers reported in the journal Nature Medicine. The finding could deepen the understanding of how the body fights sepsis and what treatments might work better down the road, researchers said.

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