Cardiovascular System


How numerous are red blood cells?

Red blood cells account for one-third of all cells in the body and 99.9 percent of the cells in blood. If all the red blood cells in the human body were stacked on top of one another, it would create a tower 31,000 miles (49,890 kilometers) high.


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