white blood cells are part of your immune system. they defend against infection and other diseases, but can be overpowered by HIV or other strong diseases. they are known as leukocytes and are among the 3 main cellular components of blood; red cells, white cells, and platelets.
White blood cells (or leukocytes) are cells of the immune system that defend your body from infectious disease and foreign materials. When they detect a germ or something that does not belong in the bloodstream they can attack it in a variety of ways. They may produce protective antibodies to overwhelm the germ. They may also surround it and destroy the bacteria. White blood cells make up approximately 1% of the blood of a healthy adult. However, when a person gets sick, the number of white blood cells will significantly increase.
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