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Answered 2012-12-01 12:07:35

If red blood cells in your body did not function properly it would eventually cause your death because as you know red blood cells carry haemoglobin ( which is oxygen ) , these red blood cells carry haemoglobin around your body and to your heart so if your heart no longer gets oxygen your heart will stop functioning and you will die .

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