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Human Anatomy and Physiology
Circulatory System
Lungs

How do oxygen and carbon dioxide move through the body?

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May 15, 2009 12:05AM

They are carried by the hemoglobin in your blood.

The red blood cells carry the carbon monoxide through the pulmonary artery from the heart to the lungs and from the heart the oxygen goes into the aorta to the rest of your body. == ==