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  • Second Opinion

SECOND OPINION | Celiac Disease | PBS

Duration: 06:18
Program: Second Opinion #702

What does it mean to live "gluten-free?" Celiac Disease is a hereditary autoimmune disorder. Nearly three million Americans suffer from Celiac Disease, which means their systems cannot tolerate gluten. This autoimmune digestive disorder has varying symptoms can be difficult to diagnose. It is important to get a diagnosis if you have Celiac Disease so that you can begin a gluten-free diet that will provide long-term relief.



Post Date: September 9, 2010