What Do Low Monocytes Indicate?

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Low Monocytes or monocytopenia indicates a reduced ability of the body to work with white blood cells to remove dead or damaged tissues and to destroy cancer cells. The low count occurs in response to the release of toxins into the blood by bacteria such as endotoxemia.
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