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    Welcome to the forum!     have you considered getting that celiac disease test again?  See if your antibodies have gone down into the normal range?  It might be worth seeing a GI and getting that HIDA scan.  My scan revealed 0% functionality and it ended up getting infected.  I never had stones.  So, I urge you to get it checked out.  
    I think not. Biopsies to check for celiac disease are not considered valid unless the patient has been currently consuming gluten on a regular basis. So for clarification's sake, I assume you have not been officially diagnosed with celiac disease but at some point before the hemicolectomy you put yourself on a gluten-free diet. 
    News about this research and it's phase 2 trial have been posted several times recently in various places on this forum. Again, I caution the community that the article falls short of saying this technology is a cure for celiac disease. If you read it carefully, it is saying, "After treatment with the technology, the patients were able to eat gluten with a substantial reduction in inflammation ....