Lymphatic System


How long do lymphocytes survive?

Lymphocytes have relatively long life spans. Nearly 80 percent survive for four years and some last as much as 20 years or more. They spend varying amounts of time in the blood, lymphatic vessels, and lymphatic organs. New lymphocytes are produced in the bone marrow and lymphoid tissues.


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