Woman with Uterine Cancer, 39, Mistakenly Diagnosed with Gluten Intolerance & Told to Eat More Yogurt

Published Jan 6, 2021

Woman with Uterine Cancer, 39, Mistakenly Diagnosed with Gluten Intolerance & Told to Eat More Yogurt

A woman in England, Dafina Malovska, received a misdiagnosis of gluten intolerance – after four doctor appointments in four months – for her uterine cancer, and when a tumor was discovered, she ended up needing a full hysterectomy to treat her cancer.

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