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Question: How many cells does a normal person have?
Asked by cheese2000 to Kate, Mark U, Tess, Yue on 3 May 2012.
answered on 3 May 2012:
Ahh….a question no one knows. Scientists estimate that there are between 50 to 100 trillion cells in human body. As cells keep dividing and dying, a rather dynamic process, therefore, it is very difficult to get an exact number.
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