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A proof of concept study has shown how opportunistic testing in community pharmacies may help identify those with coeliac disease who would not otherwise have been tested

A total of 551 people across 15 community pharmacies were given a finger prick test over a six-month period, with 52 (9.4%) testing positive for immunoglobulin A antibodies, indicating coeliac disease

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