More than ever, people are forgoing their morning bagel and lox or happy-hour hops to honor a gluten-free lifestyle. Even so, celiac disease and gluten sensitivity continue to be widely misunderstood.
Celiac Disease Foundation drives diagnosis, treatment and a cure for celiac disease through advocacy, education and research to improve the quality of life for all people affected by gluten-related disorders
Whether you’re asking for yourself, a loved one or for a friend, here are the answers to the most common questions that come up after a diagnosis of celiac disease or gluten sensitivity.
Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF) is pleased to announce that over 3,200 people – patients, family members, caregivers, healthcare professionals, researchers, biopharmaceutical and diagnostic company representatives, and gluten-free foodies – attended CDF’s annual National Conference & Gluten-Free EXPO on April 30-May 1 in Pasadena. The April 30 Conference focused on medical information and research updates on celiac […]
Celimmune, in partnership with the University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center, and Celiac Disease Foundation have joined forces to deploy the iCureCeliac patient registry as a screen for phase 2 clinical study for refractory celiac disease type II. This is the first-ever use of the new and growing iCureCeliac registry to support celiac disease therapeutic treatment […]
Assemblywoman Catharine Baker (R-San Ramon) presented ACR 73, designating the month of May 2016 as Celiac Disease Awareness Month, which passed with unanimous, bipartisan support.
Until there is a cure, patients who develop and are diagnosed with celiac disease as children will have to manage their disease for the rest of their lives. We all know how difficult the transition to adulthood can be for otherwise healthy children. For children with a chronic disorder that is self-managed through lifelong nutrition […]