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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Study Finds No Connection Between Autism & Celiac Disease
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This is fascinating, although there are many who report their children do better off gluten.

So while it may not be a celiac connection, it may be a gluten problem nonetheless.

I will be interested in seeing further studies.

Thanks for posting this, Colleen.

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Yes, I thought the study ended with more questions than answers.  

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sigh...like so many studies involving celiac and various AI diseases, right?

hey,  at least it is comforting to know the "big guns" docs are all over these

issues (Murray, Green, Fasano, Guandalini). and researchers in Norway, Sweden, Italy, too...gives us hope! 

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I wonder too.  but, as we know, gluten intolerance has many effects.

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