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New England Journal of Medicine Follow-up Article on Oats
In volume 334, number 13 of the New England Journal of Medicine was published a follow-up article concerning additional research which seems to contradict their October 19, 1995 (Vol. 333, No. 16) article which stated that pure oats are safe for celiacs. David Branski, M.D., Margot Shine, M.D., and Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem 91031, Israel report their belief that allowing oats in the diet is premature. They sited the short duration of the study and the increased risk of cancer related through small intake of gluten (Holmes et al).
It does appear that the initial study is being continued for an additional five years.
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A Comparison of Diets with and without Oats in Adults with Celiac Disease - New England Journal of Medicine
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October 19, 1995 -- Volume 333, Number 16
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