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* Based on a manga series written and illustrated by Shimizu Akane.
Strep throat! Hay fever! Influenza! The world is a dangerous place for a red blood cell just trying to get her deliveries finished. Fortunately, she`s not alone... ... More She`s got a whole human body`s worth of cells ready to help out! The mysterious white blood cell, the buff and brash killer T cell, the nerdy neuron, even the cute little platelets - everyone`s got to come together if they want to keep you healthy! Less
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In the realm of edutainment, a show that can slip the facts in between story arcs is less common than one that clunks them down with no attempt at subtlety. Hataraku Saibou/Cells At Work! falls somewhere in the middle in this respect; the screen halts when new cell types or viruses show up, and a narrator repeats the block of text on screen that gives you the definition of the newcomers, but otherwise it runs plots that more closely resemble non-edutainment shows. For example, one of the more serious enemies a body can face is cancer. The show depicts a cell gone rogue, and the team of read