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  • Hi Yelpik, My wife and I have been dealing with this issue ever since she was diagnosed with celiac disease almost 10 y...

  • In my opinion, the following is the best review of gluten enteropathy (celiac disease) ever written. It's written in the...

  • If you ever changed the diaper of a child with celiac disease you would never forget the color and smell of the colon c...

  • Celiac disease, according to the journals, textbooks, etc., has what is called an unknown etiology. In other words we d...

  • I appear to suffer from IBS (hard to diagnose because it is more a collection of symptoms than a disease). The current ...

  • She is disease-free as of her last endoscopy in the summer. Her next one is end of March '17. Thank you again for your i...

  • Great article and observations. Given the reported 1% prevalence of Celiac disease and the much larger prevalence of in...

  • $BLRX BioLineRx Ltd. (NASDAQ/TASE: BLRX), announced today that it has received confirmation from the European Notified ...

  • Hi...speaking as a gastroenterologist, I give it little chance of working in celiac disease. One never says never in sci...

  • Dr, Do you have any thoughts on BLRX's celiac disease agent? As far as I know there is not a lot of good alternative...

  • To quote a great movie character, 'a man's got to know his limitations,' and I certainly can't analyze the science of an...

  • Yes, it's related to achlorhydria or loss of acid-secreting gastric antrum. Iron is one of very few nutrients where one ...

  • Yes, quite possible. But in medicine we often say true, true and unrelated. I would be sure he has had a colonoscopy in ...

  • This is interesting with BioLineRX (BLRX).They have out licensed and partnered their BL-1040 to a recent IPO company cal...

  • I have no judgement about the specific article that is characterized as garbage. It may be. However I am very surprised ...

  • Hi Doc Gumshoe, I don't usually put comments in blogs but this one needs a comment. www.celiac.com has great articles an...

  • Dr Keck, I am a practicing gastroenterologist and everything my colleague Doc Gumshoe wrote is accurate, precise, well-e...

  • I differ. The symptoms that matter are those of dietary intolerance and altered bowel habits, and then of iron deficienc...

  • i am a practicing gastroenterologist and deal constantly with celiac disease. Everything Doc Gumshoe said in this column...

  • Dear Michael (AKA: Doc Gumshoe), I throughly enjoy your stock commentaries, but have issues with some of your comments ...

  • I certainly don't mean to say that people who report that they are feelng better on a gluten-free diet are wrongheaded o...

  • Thanks for replies to my replies to your comments, especially to George. Some notes on his comments; 1. Re the “r...

  • It's convenient these days for people to label themselves as gluten-intolerant when they are in fact wheat-intolerant. ...

  • Although i have not ever and will never have an interest in bonds of any sort i found your article very interesting and...

  • Agree with Drano. My partner's mother has celiac disease, and as a result I've become more aware of the day to day prob...

  • Good comments. I am diagnosed as Celiac. However, I was not found to have the disorder until I was about 55. Prior to t...

  • I knew I'd be stirring up a hornet's nest, and I don't have time today to answer in any detail, but here are some tiny p...

  • I am not a doctor but I do have extensive medical knowledge. I disagree with several things that Michael Jorrin said. I ...

  • Not true. The only credible diagnostic test for celiac disease is upper GI endoscopy with small bowel biopsy....

  • No, you won't automagically lose weight and keep it off. *I do have celiac disease* (thanks, mom), diagnosed by bloo...

  • Since the article is entitled, "Celiac Disease and the Ubiquitous Gluten-Free Diet," I didn't find it disturbing that th...

  • There is a simple finger tip one drop blood test for celiac disease. It's produced and patented by a Finnish company Bi...

  • I don't have celiac disease. However, I went gluten free to see if it would improve my overall health. Well, my frequent...

  • Fair disclosure: I am not a Dr. either. But...It is commonly known by nutrition enthusiasts that the reason to avoid...

  • Nice column, Michael. Celiac disease is an eternally vexatious problem for those with Irish ancestry, and some have post...

  • Yes, celiac disease is rare. But wheat allergy is one of the most common food allergies, and "gluten-free" markings on p...

  • Very in-depth article, but... I've never had celiac disease, but have had other autoimmune problems, and found that fina...

  • Bradley, Occasionally all doctors get bedbug-crazy patients......everything is wrong, every symptom is present....chroni...

  • Scorpio: In reply to your query the other day, keep in mind that with what you describe, you are already EASILY in the t...

  • Dr. KSS, the report ,link attached is right down your alley. http://www.biosciencetechnology.com/news/2014/03/bacterial...

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