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i was told i have overactive bone marrow due to very high white blood cell counts for a while what does this mean? and what's next to get done?

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Lymphoproliferative : White blood cells increase in response to infection as a means to protect us from infection. A complete blood count with differential shows they number and types of red and white blood cells circulating. Lymphoproliferative disorders are uncontrolled growth of white blood cells, T Cells, BCells or innate immune cells and can be caused by viruses, cancers such as lymphoma, leukemia. See Hematology
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