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ironictruth

anyone have database access to journals?

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i just tried i can access some earlier months/years of jama internal medicine but not the may 2017 issue unfortunately it might become available to me at a later date

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Can you get it thru your local library?

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10 hours ago, kareng said:

Can you get it thru your local library?

Umm...so that is a brilliant suggestion. 

 I will call and ask. If not, I think we have a student intern starting in the next couple of weeks, they always have access to databases at university libraries. 

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14 hours ago, emma6 said:

i just tried i can access some earlier months/years of jama internal medicine but not the may 2017 issue unfortunately it might become available to me at a later date

Thank you for trying Emma!

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9 hours ago, Kerry M said:

I was able to get it - it is an editorial, not an article, so only 2 pages, but you may find it useful. 

jamainternal_Talley_2017_ed_170004.pdf

Thank you for trying Kerry! I was unable to open the link though. Another celiac.com page pops up telling me I do not have an account for it.

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On 5/23/2017 at 11:07 AM, ironictruth said:

Thank you for trying Kerry! I was unable to open the link though. Another celiac.com page pops up telling me I do not have an account for it.

Weird, I tried to copy and paste it, and it thinks it's a celiac.com link?

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I clicked it and got re-directed to c.com  but this time I got the article.  I shouldn't copy the whole thing but here is the conclusion -

"In conclusion, in the right clinical setting, symptomatic celiac disease is treatable, but we do not recommend population screening. Further data on the clinical impact of a glutenfree diet on the microbiome and the long-term health consequences in those without celiac disease are needed. The entity NCGS closely overlaps with the functional gastrointestinal disorders, and new evidence suggests that at least in some gluten may not be the culprit despite symptom improvement after beginning a gluten-free diet.We do not recommend a lifelong gluten-free diet for individuals without celiac disease."

 

Celiac Disease and Nonceliac Gluten or Wheat Sensitivity The Risks and Benefits of Diagnosis Nicholas J. Talley, MD (NSW), PhD (Syd), FRACP; Marjorie M. Walker, BMedSci, BMBS, FRCPath, FRCPA

Edited by kareng
not sure this is even the correct article? Seems like something odd is going on.....

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On 5/16/2017 at 9:31 PM, kareng said:

Can you get it thru your local library?

Umm...so that is a brilliant suggestion. 

 I will call and ask. If not, I think we have a student intern starting in the next couple of weeks, they always have access to databases at university libraries. 

23 hours ago, kareng said:

I clicked it and got re-directed to c.com  but this time I got the article.  I shouldn't copy the whole thing but here is the conclusion -

"In conclusion, in the right clinical setting, symptomatic celiac disease is treatable, but we do not recommend population screening. Further data on the clinical impact of a glutenfree diet on the microbiome and the long-term health consequences in those without celiac disease are needed. The entity NCGS closely overlaps with the functional gastrointestinal disorders, and new evidence suggests that at least in some gluten may not be the culprit despite symptom improvement after beginning a gluten-free diet.We do not recommend a lifelong gluten-free diet for individuals without celiac disease."

 

Celiac Disease and Nonceliac Gluten or Wheat Sensitivity The Risks and Benefits of Diagnosis Nicholas J. Talley, MD (NSW), PhD (Syd), FRACP; Marjorie M. Walker, BMedSci, BMBS, FRCPath, FRCPA

Thanks Karen

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