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Old 11-09-2006, 08:14 AM
klasyjo klasyjo is offline
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Originally Posted by annelb View Post
In the UK, a person diagnosed with celiac disease is able to get GF foods by prescription. This is covered under the national health insurance. Apparently the National Health Service of the UK is cutting back on prescription gluten free items. The only foods that will be available by prescription will be bread and flour mixes.

"The link you sent is dead, can you give me more info about the NHS cutting back on GF foods on prescriptions?" I have a contact that is very interested in this as he lives there. I did a search but came up with nothing useful.

Thanks Anne.

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