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Npr's Morning Edition Segment On Celiac
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Some people may have heard the short segment on National Public Radio's Morning Edition news program this morning (Wed. July 21) but for those who didn't, you can listen to the audio on the NPR website through this link:

http://www.npr.org/features/feature.php?wf...&sourceCode=RSS

I know some people will be disappointed that there was not more info and I would've loved more detail and a more in-depth look at how this disease affects people, but because NPR has a big audience I am grateful at least that the doctor interviewed did manage to relay some important information to the general public and I hope it does help raise the level of awareness.

Ellen

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I just heard it! it's really good, although I wonderend why he didn't mention Fatigue as a symptom?

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I thought it was a pretty darn good segment seeing as it was under 5 min. long. I was impressed with the amount of information that Dr. Hoffenberg got into the segment. Always a good thing to get information out!!

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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