http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/29/b...drug-companies-racing-to-find-treatments.html Mostly, this is ridiculous... i.e., so much money spent on developing drugs to force your body to deal with something it doesn't want or need.. That money could go to something good, like suing Monsanto for spraying Roundup / neurotoxins all over GMO crops... blah, blah, blah, I could go on.. HOWEVER, there were some interesting tidbits, like this... Amazing how LONG it takes to recover.. Hang in there, people.. "The advent of the gluten-free diet has been a major advance for those with celiac disease, but it is not a cure-all. One study, for instance, showed that the small intestines of two-thirds of adults were still damaged two years after starting a gluten-free diet. That could be because it takes time to heal. Or it could be that people are still being exposed to gluten that seeps into food in small amounts. Gluten can also be in lipstick, prescription drugs and other places that might not be expected. And adhering to the diet can be difficult for some people, specialists say, particularly teenagers who want to have pizza with their friends."