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Gluten-free diet fails to improve microscopic colitis symptoms in patients without celiac disease

Dietary gluten intake does not appear to be linked to a risk for microscopic colitis in women, according to research published in The American Journal of Gastroenterology.
Po-Hong Liu, MD, MPH, of the clinical and translational epidemiology unit at Massachusetts General Hospital, and colleagues wrote that although microscopic colitis is higher in patients with celiac disease, little research has been done to explore any link between gluten intake and microscopic colitis in patients without celiac disease.
“Previous reports have suggested that some patients with concomitant celiac disease

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