Seattle musician Camille Bloom has celiac disease. She and over 3 million other Americans can’t eat anything that contains even a trace of gluten; (no donuts, no bread, no crackers, no pizza) without suffering from severe intestinal problems. But thanks to a tenacious researcher at UW Medicine, help is on the way! In this episode, learn how the research team lead by UW Medicine’s Dr. Ingrid Swanson Pultz discovered a way to break down gluten in the stomach, and allow people like Camille to tolerate a less restrictive diet.

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