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What Does the Lymph System Do?

The lymphatic system is a significant part of the immune system that is an arrangement of lymph nodes and vessels in the body. Lymphatic vessels are narrow tubes that branch similar to the blood vessel, throughout the body. They comprise of a clear fluid known as lymph. Lymph comprises of waste products, tissue fluid, and immune system cells. The lymph nodes are small, bean-shaped clumps of immune system cells connected by lymphatic vessels. They contain critical white blood cells that trap viruses, bacteria, and other invaders, including cancer cells. Learn about the role of lymphatic system in this video.

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