Objectives: Hematologic and non-hematologic benefits from iron supplementation are chiefly seen in iron deficient individuals; concerns that iron might promote infection especially in non-iron deficient individuals have complicated global anemia control policies, particularly in malaria-endemic settings. Iron homeostasis, including intestinal absorption, is controlled by hepcidin. Hepcidin is regulated by iron, erythropoietic drive, and inflammation, suggesting its potential ... Expand abstract
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