Previous studies have found celiac disease to be associated with several conditions affecting pregnancy and female reproductive outcomes. In a new population-based study, researchers sought to determine how celiac disease affects pregnancy outcomes, both before and after celiac disease diagnosis. Using data from Danish national registries, researchers compared pregnancy outcomes in women with celiac disease […]
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Celiac Disease Foundation CEO Marilyn Geller will help bring the patient advocate voice to guiding institute’s patient-centered research efforts August 21, 2018 — Marilyn G. Geller, Chief Executive Officer of the Celiac Disease Foundation has been appointed by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) as a member of its Advisory Panel on Patient Engagement. Geller […]
In a new study, researchers conducted a meta-analysis and review of studies from all over the world to estimate the global prevalence of celiac disease and identify possible variations in prevalence between different regions and populations. Prevalence refers to the proportion of individuals who have a condition at or during a particular time period. A […]
A new study compared clinical methods (e.g., blood tests) with fecal gluten immunogenic peptide (GIP)—a direct measure of gluten intake—to determine the accuracy of monitoring gluten intake in children with celiac disease. GIP is a small part of gluten that cannot be digested and is found in the stool and urine of healthy individuals, celiac […]
Many patients with celiac disease have other medical conditions, such as co-occurring autoimmune disorders, requiring treatment with prescription medications. There are also several investigational treatments for celiac disease currently in the drug development pipeline that we are hopeful will be available to patients in the coming years. For these reasons, we support improved insurance coverage […]
The Jericho Retirees Association (JRA) made a $1,000 donation to the Celiac Disease Foundation on behalf of Craig Pinto, who was recently inducted into the Jericho High School (NY) Alumni Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame was established to highlight the diversified accomplishments of Jericho Alumni. Each year, the JRA selects one organization per induction […]