Gastroenterology

Kids with celiac disease and allergic inflammatory disorder may not need to remove soy from their diets

Children who have both celiac disease and an associated allergic inflammatory disorder may not need to permanently remove soy from their diets to reduce scarring in the esophagus, according to new research from the University of Chicago Medicine.

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