Does a white blood count of 3.2 mean I have cancer?


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When you refer to White Blood Cell Count (WBC) you should provide the units because 3.2 by itself does not mean anything. However, to give you some information you should be aware that WBC is affected by a number of factors and its hardly the indicator for any cancer on its own. WBC can commonly be increased during infections, also its necessary to look at the rest of the parameters because WBC is measured per unit of volume and therefore is affected by hydration. In other words if you are dehydrated it may appear higher.

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