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Low white blood cell counts are commonly caused by viral infections, conditions that cause depleted bone marrow, severe infections, and certain medications that eradicate white blood cells, according to Mayo Clinic. Spec... More »

A congenital or autoimmune disorder, cancer, a viral infection, an overwhelmingly strong infection, or certain drugs may cause a low white blood cell count, Mayo Clinic advises. Damage to bone marrow, which produces whit... More »

Conditions such as aplastic anemia, leukemia, lupus, HIV and malnutrition can result in a low white blood cell count, according to Mayo Clinic. If a patient has a viral infection that impairs the normal function of the b... More »

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