Given our bodies can respond to infections by boosting our lymphocyte count, has anyone noticed a permanent step up in their lymphocyte counts following infections? (I'm wondering if there is a correlation between frequent infections and a more rapid increase in the lymphocyte count? It was found out recently that malignant lymphocytes do die off in CLL patients, but they are more than replaced by new ones. Perhaps the die off rate changes post infection too...)
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