Celiac diagnosis can be difficult, as can gluten-free living

08/23/2009 | WRC-TV (Washington, D.C.)

Physicians say the many symptoms that can be caused by celiac disease make diagnosing the condition difficult. Patients diagnosed with celiac must become savvy label readers to ensure they follow a gluten-free diet, as gluten is found in many products, including mayonnaise, mustard and even some meats. One patient says a normal life with celiac disease is possible with a support group and information.

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