What Does Plasma Do in the Body?

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Plasma is a yellowish fluid that carries the blood cells. It makes up more than half of the blood supply in the human body. Plasma makes the blood sticky and helps it clot faster so that a person does not bleed to death. It works with platelets 2 form scabs.
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