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Coping with Celiac Disease

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    I found this: https://news.northwestern.edu/stories/2019/10/new-treatment-may-reverse-celiac-disease/   The exciting news is that if they figure out how to stop the immune process, people who have other autoimmune disease (MS, Type 1 diabetes) or peanut allergies would be helped.  
    You are lucky that your villi are still intact.  The small intestine is about the size of a tennis court, so damage can be easy to miss, so do not think you are off the hook!  For example, I had patches of moderate to severe damage.  Some celiacs (Marsh Stage IIIC) have NO villi intact.   The lymphocytes always accompany celiac disease.  With your positive blood test and the lymphocytes, you hav...
    Do you have a link you can share about this?