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Should the Food and Drug Administration be more aggressive in providing the public information about celiac disease and diet?

  • Yes, of course.

    If there is, in fact, more information about celiac disease and diet that the Food and Drug Administration is not making known on a larger scale, it should definitely be discussed. Any steps we can take to treat disease in the United States and world wide is a step in the right direction.

  • Yes, they should

    I think they should give us any information that helps us push for better information on things like autoimmune disease. They have a lot of things to do,but this is just one of many that they should keep us informed about. The FDA should put out a couple commercials or something to keep us informed.

  • It doesn't affect many people.

    No, the Food and Drug Administration should not be more aggressive in providing the public information about celiac disease and diet, because it is a disease that only affects a relatively small number of people. The FDA cannot possibly educate us on every problems that could ever happen to us.

  • The FDA is already overworked.

    Nope. It's not the job of the Food and Drug Administration in the United States to provide such information. That would be more in line with the National Institutes for Health or the Center for Disease Control. The FDA has too much on its plate already, they would do a poor job with yet another burden.


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