Celiac Disease / Gluten Intolerance and Lymphoma

Celiac Disease is the inability for the body to process gluten (part of some grains).
Lymphoma can develop in 15% of those with this condition. Enteropathy-type intestinal T cell lymphoma is the most common form.

 

 
Resources

Celiac Information http://www.celiac.com/
Medical Information from the NE Journal of Medicine
 
Books

Living With Lymphoma by Elizabeth Adler, Ph.D., Oct. 2005

  • Chapter 11 - Possible Causes of Lymphoma, p. 350
  • Chapter 10 - Lymphoma Classification and Staging. pp 319-320

Kids With Celiac Disease : A Family Guide to Raising Happy, Healthy, Gluten-Free Kids -- by Danna Korn; Available from Amazon in Paperback
Coping With Celiac, The Great Masquerader -- by Aileen M. Bennett; Available from Amazon in Paperback

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