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Celiac.com Podcast Edition - Episode 43 - Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free Diet News

Celiac.com 09/30/2011 - Welcome To Celiac.com Podcast Edition!

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href="/articles/22683/1/Duodenal-Bulb-is-Shown-to-be-the-Best-Place-to-Find-Villous-Atrophy/Page1.html">Duodenal Bulb is Shown to be the Best Place to Find Villous Atrophy by Diana Gitig Ph.D.
  • Renal Disease from Increased Risk of End-stage Renal Disease in People with Celiac Disease by Jefferson Adams
  • Imaging Exogenous Enzymes from Live Fluorescence Imaging of Exogenous Enzyme Action in the Gastrointestinal Tract by Jefferson Adams
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    Eating on the Road From Foods to Take Along When Traveling, By Connie Sarros; Journal of Gluten Sensitivity, Summer 2011
    Venison, Ale and Mushroom Pie from Venison, Ale and Mushroom Pie (Gluten-Free) by Lois Parker

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