“Tom Brokaw’s Multiple Myeloma Could Be Linked To Gluten,” Says Author
“A wide range of cancers, including non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, throat/esophageal, stomach/intestinal/colon, and multiple myeloma are now being connected to gluten consumption,” says Sarkisian, “and thousands of scientific studies from around the world link gluten to over 300 symptoms, diseases, and associated conditions."
On Thursday, May 7, Dateline featured Tom Brokaw’s journey with multiple myeloma, a serious blood malignancy that develops in bone marrow.
“Scientific research suggests that multiple myeloma may be linked to gluten,” says Anne Sarkisian, author of “Toxic Staple: How Gluten May Be Wrecking Your Health — And What You Can Do About It! ”
Numerous scientific research studies have shown an increase in cancers linked to gluten and celiac disease. One study by Zorica Juranić et al., raised the question of “whether multiple myeloma is a ‘more severe form of gluten intolerance than celiac disease.”
“A wide range of cancers, including non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, throat/esophageal, stomach/intestinal/colon, and multiple myeloma are now being connected to gluten consumption,” says Sarkisian, “and thousands of scientific studies from around the world link gluten to over 300 symptoms, diseases, and associated conditions.”
“Early detection of celiac disease is vital to reducing complications such as lymphoma and many other cancers and diseases. Does this mean a gluten-free lifestyle is preventative medicine? More alternative medical experts advocate this approach,” says Sarkisian.
Patients such as Tom Brokaw who have a chronic symptom or illness, in conjunction with their doctors, are encouraged to get tested before trying a gluten-free lifestyle. A more in depth post was recently published at http://www.ToxicStaple.com.
Anne Sarkisian has been an authoritative advocate for the awareness of celiac disease and non-celiac gluten intolerance since 2004. Sarkisian’s website, www.ToxicStaple.com, and “Toxic Staple” book provide cutting-edge information and research on this topic to the medical community and the general public.
Disclaimer: Always consult your doctor. This information is only an aid and is not intended to treat or diagnose celiac disease, gluten intolerance, or any other disease or symptom. See full disclaimer at http://www.ToxicStaple.com.
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