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Warning: 10 Hidden Sources of Lactose
Sometimes people develop lactose intolerance as the result of undergoing treatment for cancer. Radiation, and sometimes even chemo, is usually the culprit. This eMedTV slideshow will help you seek out (and avoid) foods containing lactose. It provides warnings about 10 of the most common hidden sources of lactose, including cookies, candies, and even bread.

Warning: 10 Hidden Sources of Lactose
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Lactose is a very commonly used filler in medication formulations, both for tablets and capsules. For most people with lactose intolerance, though, the small amount of lactose in each daily dose isn't enough to cause problems. However, some particularly sensitive individuals will need to watch out for lactose-containing medications.

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