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    Kate Osborne
    Peter Osborne
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    I have a question regarding Genetic testing of HLA DQ genes.

    I had the Enterolab test done. My results showed:  DQB1 0201 and DQB1 0602

    The summary indicates that I have a celiac gene and a gluten-sensitive gene.

    My question is- will I get more information if I do Dr. Osbornes genetic testing done which includes the alpha alleles (as well as the beta alleles) or are these results a strong enough indictor to stay away from gluten?

     

    I have shown these results to 3 MD’s and they have never taken them seriously so although I don’t eat a lot of gluten I am still consuming it in my diet. 

    Thanks

    #10348
    Kate Osborne
    Peter Osborne
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    Sue,

    Your results are strong enough to indicate the need for gluten avoidance.  No more gluten.

     

    All the best,

    Dr. O

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