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11/1/2020

2020 TCS New York City Marathon

Team Gluten-Free runners from across the country will unite in New York to run the 26.2 miles with one common goal: to accelerate diagnosis, treatments, & a cure for the three million Americans affected by celiac disease.

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7/18/2020

Cancelled: Camp Celiac

Camp Celiac's campers, counselors, and junior counselors will eat delicious gluten-free food and enjoy traditional camp activities such as a ropes course, rock climbing, zip-lining, swimming, archery, arts and crafts, talent share, skit night, and outdoor sports. Three meals a day without having to ask if any of the foods are gluten free is life changing for many campers and staff!

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6/13/2020

Cancelled: CDF Gluten-Free EXPO

Due to large event guidelines for COVID-19, the Celiac Disease Foundation Gluten-Free EXPO has been cancelled for June 2020. This crisis, as terrible and as disruptive as it is, will eventually pass. The Foundation remains committed to the 3 million Americans who are counting on us to persevere and to serve our community. Thank you for your understanding and support.

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3/18/2020

Talking to Kids About COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Celiac disease is not considered to be an immunocompromised state in children, and is not known to be a risk factor for severe disease. Social distancing, washing hands with soap and water frequently and for at least 20 seconds, and avoiding touching of eyes, nose and mouth are recommended.

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3/17/2020

2020 CDF EXPO Cancelled

Amidst the uncertainty of the future, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the Celiac Disease Foundation’s Gluten-Free EXPO scheduled for June 13 – June 14, 2020, and not reschedule this year. 

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3/11/2020

Celiac Disease and Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Celiac disease is associated with an increased risk of pneumococcal infection. Though pneumococcal vaccination will not prevent COVID-19, the Celiac Disease Foundation Medical Advisory Board strongly advises people with celiac disease to consider vaccination to protect against other respiratory illness.

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