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Local family deals with celiac disease, seeks to raise awareness

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“We really only are identifying the tip of the iceberg with patients with celiac sprue, because patient symptoms may vary considerably,” said Charles S. Sninsky, Doctor of Gastroenterology. David Goldman, Alex's father, was not aware that he had the ...

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