Iron matters [Infographic]
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Iron deficiency anemia (IDA) is often ignored, forcing patients to tolerate the chronic symptoms of anemia, including extreme fatigue, dizziness and irritability, among others. The Iron Matters campaign (www.ironmatters.com) recently launched to help patients better understand the causes and impact of iron deficiency anemia (IDA). As this infographic demonstrates, IDA can have serious side effects, but there are treatment options available.

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