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F15) have shown, also in dogs with turpentine abscesses, that the utilization of iron from transfused, labeled, nonviable red cells is subnormal. It would appear possible that the overactivity of the reticulo-endothelial system leads to retention of iron a t the sites of red cell destruction, and that this retention is instrumental in bringing about the fall in serum iron. While circumstantial evidence, in the form of hematological figures and biochemical studies, seems to justify the grouping together of the anemias of chronic infection, rheumatoid arthritis, and many other conditions, as well as cancer (see below) and the experimental inflammations just discussed, only further work will show whether the similarity is far-reaching or superficial.