White Blood Cell Count?

The normal range for a healthy individuals White Blood Cell Count (WBC) is 4,300 – 10,800 cells/’L/cu mm. White blood cells are created in your bone marrow and fight off whatever infection their may be in your body. If you have a high count these cells are called leukocytosis and can mean that you are suffering from inflammation, bacterial infection, or even cancer. If the cell count is low these cells are called leukopenia and this could be because of immune system diseases or even cancer remediation therapies.