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FDA researching gluten in drugs to help celiac disease patients

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By Nick Taylor+ The US FDA is seeking information to help it protect celiac disease patients from pharma ingredients derived from wheat, barley, or rye. Consumption of gluten by patients with celiac disease stimulates an abnormal immune response and ...

K&L Gates | Is FDA Moving Toward Gluten-Free Drugs? Linex Legal (press release) (registration)

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It's about time!

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Really! Great that they are looking into it at last. :D

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It's about time!

Ha ha. Before I scrolled down to your post, I said "It's about time!"

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hahaha :lol: :lol: :lol:

before I posted anything, I read the headline out loud to hubs and said

"it's about freakin time!!!!"

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I hope they do all they can to remove gluten ingredients from the OTC and script drugs we use. Hopefully they won't decide that wheat starch is gluten free and we don't have to worry about it. I have to wonder how many adverse reactions to drugs are not to the drugs themselves but to those durn binders.

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At least get it the *&^%$#@ bleeping **** out of the thyroid medications, and have it be labeled as an ingredient on the other prescription drugs and over the counter ones, if it is present.

Of course, with this FDA, it could now start off yet another 7 year commentary period of contemplation.... :angry:

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