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Wheat Allergy Mentioned On Sitcom.
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On ABC's "Less Than Perfect" Andy Dick's character said, "Is there wheat in the cake, because I'm allergic." Hahaha, I thought it was funny.

I know there are people on here who don't have Celiacs but rather an allergy to wheat, so I thought'd I'd share!

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First comics, now sitcoms. Looks like the mainstream is going to hear about us whether they want to or not!

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My brother saw a program on Celiac recently. He lives in Delaware

so it would have been on a Philadelphia station. He was actually

telling me that a lot more people have it and are being diagnosed

a lot more than they used to be. I have been trying to get him tested

for months. Maybe it will finally sink in!!

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;) i think a whole bunch of us should send emails to the daily talk shows like oprah and montel and request they do a show on celiacs--if there seems to be a lot of interest, then they may just do one--that would be so good for the general public to see--dont you think? deb
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I think that would be a great idea to send emails to shows, for them to dedicate an entire show that would be amazing......alot of people are not aware of how severe the diease is. actually i was really not aware but now that i am seeing a nutritionist I def. think that I understand the diease alot better now. But we should def. try and do somthing along those lines . GREAT IDEA! :D

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