What Is a CC of Blood?

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CC stands for cubic centimetres. It is a metric unit of volume which is equal to one thousandth of a litter. CC is commonly used in fluid measure, and blood is a fluid. A CC of blood has an approximate weight of 1,060 milligrams.
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