A low white blood cell count, called leukopenia, could point to an autoimmune disorder. A low white blood cell count could also be caused by other factors. More »

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A low red blood cell count means cells in the body are not receiving enough oxygen. Anemia is the most common cause for an abnormally low amount of red blood cells, affecting 3.5 million Americans, as reported by WebMD. More »

A low white blood cell count, called leukopenia, may indicate bone marrow problems, autoimmune disorders, diseases involving the liver or spleen, certain cancers, or certain illnesses caused by viruses, states MedlinePlu... More »

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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 or diseases that harm or damage bone marrow function or that directly destroy white blood cells are the common causes for low white blood cell count, according to Mayo Clinic. Such conditions or diseases may i... More »

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The causes of a low white blood cell count include autoimmune disorders, severe bacterial infections, disorders of the spleen and liver, bone marrow deficiency, and some viral illnesses, states MedlinePlus. The immune sy... More »

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A low white blood cell count, called leukopenia, may indicate bone marrow problems, autoimmune disorders, diseases involving the liver or spleen, certain cancers, or certain illnesses caused by viruses, states MedlinePlu... More »

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