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Ucsd Celiac Center Video On Youtube

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Hi all,

I am new to the forum as of today. I just found and watched this video from UCSD WM K Warren Medical Research Center for celiac Disease on yoututbe. It is long, 86 minutes. There are 3 doctors presenting information about celiac disease, nutrition, and testing./ detection for it.

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They discuss a new law about labeling that is coming in play in 2008 kind of near the end. Anyway, I hope this doesn't violate any rules on the forum.


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Hi Jenny and Amanda,

Sure thing, sharing is not so bad. I didn't know if there was already a listing of such links on the forum.

Here is another one to the University of Maryland celiac center.


This link below is to the same site but links to their page with video discussions of celiac disease.


So much easier to watch a video than read all that stuff...

I am glad I found this forum, seems like a good group of people here!

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My dad caught the UCSD program on TV, and it somehow convinced him that cc is real :huh: . So, it must be good! Send it to all your friends and relatives! :lol:

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I just found and watched this video from UCSD WM K Warren Medical Research Center for celiac Disease on yoututbe. It is long, 86 minutes.



Thank You (& welcome to the forum). I've watched about 15 minutes so far. I'm so glad I saw this.


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I watched the entire presentation and found two things interesting:

1. The only blood test they recommended or felt necessary was the ttg

2. When they answered an audience member's question regarding lactose intolerance, there was no mention made of the fact that the damaged tips of the villi are what digest the lactose. They just kind of left it up in the air as to why this was true, IMHO.

Anyone else notice this? :huh:

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I watched the whole thing....it was good, and would be very interesting for someone who is new to this and who hasn't done a lot of reading yet.

For myself, having done a ton of reading the last 2 years, I didn't hear anything new in it. Just the basic info for the uninitiated. There were a lot of spots where more elaboration was needed. I have lots of unanswered questions that NEVER get brought up anywhere.

By the way,I went to their website (USSD) and noticed their comment saying they don't feel the stool testing (i.e. like Enterolab does) has any validity in testing as it is still unproved. I don't find that an enlightened comment, because there are numerous other specialists and centers in this country who have an interest in the stool testing. There are several books that are very positive about its possibilities.

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