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Much has been achieved over the past three decades in the quest to understand iron homeostasis and the mechanisms governing it. Several proteins including hepcidin, ferroprtin, transferrin receptors, and ferritin have been identified as key players in iron metabolism and homeostasis. This has provided for a thorough revisiting of the role of iron in various disease states including cancer, cardiovascular diseases, and susceptibility to infection to name few. Regarding the later, although thedoi:10.15761/imm.1000251 fatcat:va5yjqhhhzfexibmcny52qjvuy