No link between celiac disease and au...

No link between celiac disease and autism, study shows

There are 13 comments on the MediLexicon story from Sep 26, 2013, titled No link between celiac disease and autism, study shows. In it, MediLexicon reports that:

Though previous case reports have suggested a link between autism and celiac disease, larger studies have shown contradictory results.

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#1 Sep 26, 2013
Bad news for Wakefield and anti vaxxers.
Ray

Laval, Canada

#4 Sep 26, 2013
the study is manipulated so vaccines dont get highlighted. how many medical conditions are under autism spectrum. why not see how the celiac relates to speciffc groups covered under autism spectrum.

just based on this, know the manipulation is running at high levels so that you keep trsuting the garbage vaccines

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#5 Sep 26, 2013
That's really funny, since most people with coeliac bear a two-gene HLA-DQ2 haplotype referred to as DQ2.5 haplotype. In most individuals, this DQ2.5 isoform is encoded by one of two chromosomes 6 inherited from parents. Most coeliacs inherit only one copy of this DQ2.5 haplotype, while some inherit it from both parents; the latter are especially at risk for coeliac disease as well as being more susceptible to severe complications.
Celiac is inherited, has nothing at all to do with vaccines.
Debunked, again!
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#9 Sep 30, 2013
The Winnipeg dummy isn't fooling anyone, pretending to be Sangelia.
UK SCUM

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Sep 30, 2013
ric99 wrote:
The Winnipeg dummy isn't fooling anyone, pretending to be Sangelia.
Oh the next Steven Hawkings is having a moment
Ray

Laval, Canada

#11 Sep 30, 2013
friend wrote:
That's really funny, since most people with coeliac bear a two-gene HLA-DQ2 haplotype referred to as DQ2.5 haplotype. In most individuals, this DQ2.5 isoform is encoded by one of two chromosomes 6 inherited from parents. Most coeliacs inherit only one copy of this DQ2.5 haplotype, while some inherit it from both parents; the latter are especially at risk for coeliac disease as well as being more susceptible to severe complications.
Celiac is inherited, has nothing at all to do with vaccines.
Debunked, again!
the vaccine pusher is about to get debunked again.

Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease where the surface of the small intestine that absorbs nutrients from food is damaged by a substance called gluten. As a result, the body has trouble absorbing nutrients from food including the protein, fat, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals, which are necessary for good health. This can lead to many different symptoms in any system of the body.

Celiac disease is treated with a gluten free diet which contains no gluten protein from wheat, rye or barley.

guess what! immune disorder. what plays on your immune system, what affects it, what manipulates it: Vaccines vaccines vaccines. guess what else. kids o n autism do much better when off gluten. now go read original Wakefield study, the first ever study to talk, show intestine impermeability....

you see the link, vaccines = autism immune disorder

the vaxxpusher debunked again with his genetic mongering for which he has no explanation, no numbers just talk. DEBUNKED again vaxxpusher.

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#12 Sep 30, 2013
You're a work or art. Only an anti vaxxer would blame a known genetic disorder, inherited from parents, on vaccines!
You not only debunked yourself so I wouldn't have to, but you continue to appear like a quack!
And you anti vaxxers bet get your stories straight. Which is it, a Wakefield study or a Wakefield intervention??!! Either way, maybe you better go read it. Wakefield's paper was about describing a pattern of colitis.

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#14 Oct 1, 2013
I did read it. It's obvious anti vaxxers don't understand what they read. Celiac is inherited, gluten exposure is the trigger, not the cause. Hello. Never exposed to gluten, you'd never know you'd have celiac.
frienDUH

Winnipeg, Canada

#15 Oct 1, 2013
friend wrote:
I did read it. It's obvious anti vaxxers don't understand what they read. Celiac is inherited, gluten exposure is the trigger, not the cause. Hello. Never exposed to gluten, you'd never know you'd have celiac.
I understand fine. I don't understand lies, cons, law enforcement that does nothing about Pharma crime and morons. It say nothing about inherited. It says triggered by gluten. Gluten, MSG in vaccines. MSG a wheat derivative. This is the first time celiac has been studied with autism as if anyone suggested it. Its not what Wakefiels found or said, its just another bogus study meant to con parents into thinking vaccines are safe...that's a laugh.

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#16 Oct 1, 2013
Triggered by ingested, not injected. Still, gluten in not the cause. And the reason why it was studied is obvious. Undetected celiac in a young child when given gluten can cause more or less starvation of the brain of nutrients, since the body doesn't process gluten correctly. Can also cause what appears to be seizures. Undetected celiac often is diagnosed autism in young children. Causes developmental delays.

It's a very important study, to those with the genetic disorder.
Vaccines Cause Autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#17 Oct 1, 2013
friend wrote:
Triggered by ingested, not injected. Still, gluten in not the cause. And the reason why it was studied is obvious. Undetected celiac in a young child when given gluten can cause more or less starvation of the brain of nutrients, since the body doesn't process gluten correctly. Can also cause what appears to be seizures. Undetected celiac often is diagnosed autism in young children. Causes developmental delays.
It's a very important study, to those with the genetic disorder.
injection with numerous vaccines that contain MSG sensitizing children to gluten. Over and over a vaccine gut/digestion connection made, and gut/ mental illness connections. Its like adding 2 plus 2. Oh and way to debunk your own previous statements by explaining the celiac/autism connection they say doesn't exist. Priceless, walla.. what a hoot...nuff said

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#18 Oct 1, 2013
Has nothing to do with celiac. Nothing at all. Celiac is inherited and no anti vaxxer can change tht fact. Those with celiac still get vaccines. Hello. And, your claim still doesn't explain the zillions who have no reaction at all to gluten or MSG.
Nice try at invention. Don't go applying for a patent on that.
Jonny Two Shirts

Winnipeg, Canada

#19 Oct 1, 2013
friend wrote:
Has nothing to do with celiac. Nothing at all. Celiac is inherited and no anti vaxxer can change tht fact. Those with celiac still get vaccines. Hello. And, your claim still doesn't explain the zillions who have no reaction at all to gluten or MSG.
Nice try at invention. Don't go applying for a patent on that.
Where's your proof? So some don't react, some do so what? Walla, what a hoot, nuff said!

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