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Emergency Response System for Blood Formation

Scientists have discovered how human bodies respond during an emergency when they need more blood cells. During such times, a second, emergency blood formation system is activated in the spleen, according to a new study.

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Scientists have discovered how human bodies respond during an emergency, when they need more blood cells. During such times, a second, emergency blood formation system is activated in the spleen, according to a new study. (Nature)

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