Celiac Disease Found in IBS Patients

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Celiac Disease Found in IBS Patients

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Some IBS patients show signs of Celiac disease, including presence of key antibody markers, and symptoms were improved with a gluten-free diet

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Some 'low-gluten' beer contains high levels of gluten

eurekalert.org — “Beer tested in a new study, including some brands labeled "low-gluten," contains levels of hordein, the form of gluten present in barley, that could cause symptoms in patients with celiac disease, the autoimmune condition treated with a life-long gluten-free diet, scientists are reporting. The study, which weighs in on a controversy over the gluten content of beer, appears in ACS' Journal of Proteome Research.View full resource at eurekalert.org

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Low adherence to biopsy guidelines affects celiac disease diagnosis in the United States

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Low Adherence To Biopsy Guidelines Affects Celiac Disease Diagnosis In The United States

medicalnewstoday.com — “A new study has found that most patients undergoing biopsy of the small intestine do not have the recommended number of samples to diagnose celiac disease. The study, published in the July 2011 isView full resource at medicalnewstoday.com

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Low Adherence to Biopsy Guidelines Affects Celiac Disease Diagnosis in the United States

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