I think that perhaps we need to listen carefully and find the points that are of interest to us, as a member mentioned on this thread earlier. One point I'd like to make is that medical researchers within the European Union are extremely strictly regulated and cannot make quack type claims. These are the guys that I am listening to particularly as I know their research has solid roots. Please don't forget that people, when in interview, will find it difficult to quote exactly from their research. It is good also to listen to people who have experience of being Celiac or Gluten Sensitive, but that does not necessarily make them professionally expert, unless they of course have a solid medical background in this field. We are very lucky to have free access to this summit and it would be nice that we could be at least a little positive about the 'good bits' these speakers are bringing to us. I for one will be contacting Mario and Mr Fasano for further information on research they may be doing as here in the UK the NHS is cutting back radically on GP testing and will not look at anything outside of IgE or IgA with regard to gluten sensitivity. I have really serious ataxia when glutened accidentally and am so grateful to have the chance to reference listening to these seminars as a key in to getting an audience with Mario in particular.