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Gluten-Free Diet May Decrease Cancer Risk in Celiac Disease Patients

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The overall risk for cancer is slightly increased among patients aged above 40 within their first year of a celiac disease diagnosis; however, the risk declines afterwards, suggests a study of around 47,000 individuals with celiac disease.First author Benjamin Lebwohl said that celiac disease is tied to a heightened risk of cancer, and this could be due to the long-term inflammation caused by gluten. The nationwide cohort study conducted in Sweden included 47,241 patients with celiac disease. Of...
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