Dr Alessio Fasano & Other Pioneers In Celiac Disease ROCK!

Dr. Alessio Fasano at the University of Maryland holds our hopes and the hopes of millions of people afflicted with celiac disease among other auto-immune diseases in the palms of his hands. He has become a visionary to those seeking answers in the keys to how to control disorders from type 1 diabetes and multiple sclerosis to rheumatoid arthritis and inflammatory bowel diseases, including celiac. Dr. Fasano remains the hero to so many of us as his research has spurred the education and specialization spreading of physician's current scientific knowledge about Celiac Disease

His studies have shown that there is a possibility that understanding Celiac Disease will have opened the doors to being able to effectively treat multitudes of auto-immune disorders through a little link called zonulin. In a public paper on the studies done and possibilities of finding new therapies because of this research, Dr. Alessio Fasano remains a true pioneer of gastroenterology and auto-immune diseases.

To read the paper click this link: Celiac Disease: Eating Away at You

A heart felt thank you to Dr. Fasano and the multitudes of doctors like him who envision helping to effectively treat auto-immune disorders.
And although the single cure for celiac disease is still a gluten free diet, the positive is that it does indeed have the honor of being the only auto-immune disorder that does have a cure.
The road is still unfortunately long in helping doctors on their quest of diagnosing Celiac Disease and other intestinal afflictions accurately.

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