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News: Celiac.com: Celiac disease goes undiagnosed in 90% of cases, Canadian researchers find

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3 hours ago, admin said:

Healthy hearts: Gluten-free diets don't help people without celiac disease, study finds · Science for sale: Diet-based DNA testing veers into marketing.

What does this have to do with the article?

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I think it is just "robo" generated leads.

While/if you are reading this article then you might also read these articles with similar content.

In one of the links they mention.

"Celiac disease is diagnosed with both a blood test and biopsy. In one Canadian study, the average delay between symptoms starting and diagnosis was up to 12 years, Case said."

supporting the research in the article that 90% of Canadians are/go undiagnosed  for celiac disease.

oddly enough they have the same article title (which is confusing) for both links but different content in the body of the article and might be part of your confusion.  Because I know it confused me at first.

I hope this is helpful.


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