Quiz: Secondary Iron Overload
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Secondary iron overload occurs when iron accumulates in the body because people take too many iron supplements, receive a large number of blood transfusions, or have a disorder in which they cannot form red blood cells efficiently.  Among several causes of secondary iron overload, which one is under a person's direct control?

  • A.


  • B.

    Receiving many blood transfusions

  • C.

    Sickle cell disease

  • D.

    Too many iron supplements

Am I correct?