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FinDonor 10 000 study: a cohort to identify iron depletion and factors affecting it in Finnish blood donors.

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There is increasing evidence that frequent blood donation depletes the iron stores of some blood donors. The FinDonor 10 000 study was set up to study iron status and factors affecting iron stores in Finnish blood donors. In Finland, iron supplementation for at-risk groups has been in place since the 1980s.

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Name: Vox sanguinis
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