New Method: Non-Invasive way to spot a child with Celiac Disease

New Method: Non-Invasive way to spot a child with Celiac Disease

Spain: Simplified non-invasive blood tests allow physicians determining as to whether child is suffering from celiac diseases. This is condition where smaller intestines are hyper-sensitive to gluten thereby posing difficulties in digesting foods. Methods being developed by scientists at University of Granada (UGR) in Spain do not need personnel experienced (it should be interpreted by doctors). It is quick (10 minutes), less invasive and economic (10-12 euros per device) than blood extractions. Celiac diseases are systemic diseases being caused by intolerance permanent to gluten (being found in rye, wheat and…

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