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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Readers Digest And Celiac Disease
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I wish I had made note of the issue, but, I was in a Dr. office yesterday with my wife and thumbed thru the Readers Digest in the waiting room.

Celiac Disease was discussed in that issue in the story Top 10 Disease's Doctors Miss, or something very similar. I checked the website, but, nothing came up under a search for Celiac.

It didn't offer much information, but, at least news of the disease is getting out there. The one fact it did mention is that celiac disease is much more common than once thought. This may be a good thing. The more this makes it into the main stream, the more likely we will be to find more food choices in places where there are none or few as of yet.

Glen

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Glen I read that article too, about the ten most underdiagnosed diseases. celiac disease was high on the list. I'm sure it got a fair amount of people thinking, since Reader's Digest has a wide readership. It was a bit vague, but people are very likely to use thier computers to find more info--that's what I did!

Dana, Gloriously gluten-free

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