For decades, Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF) has advocated for more widespread diagnostic testing for symptomatic celiac disease patients and their first-degree family members (parent, child, sibling) to ease much of the needless suffering caused by the disease.
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Contact your Members of Congress and urge them to protect the Medicaid program. Celiac Disease Foundation is proud to join with the Modern Medicaid Alliance on their Medicaid Works campaign to help ensure that Americans can get affordable access to care. The Modern Medicaid Alliance is a group of organizations, grassroots advocates, and Medicaid beneficiaries […]
Growing up, Skylar Weitz was self-conscious and shy about having celiac disease – she didn’t like feeling different from her peers. Today, at 11 years old, five years after her diagnosis, Skylar is proud to educate people about her disease and about how it affects a patient’s everyday life. In order to help raise awareness […]
A research study published in the journal, Science, may have established a link between reovirus and celiac disease. Although reovirus is considered a common and often harmless virus, the study, co-authored by CDF Medical Advisory Board member, Stefano Guandalini, MD, and CDF Research Committee member, Sonia Kupfer, MD, determined that the reovirus, T1L, in some […]
23andMe has been approved by the FDA to offer direct-to-consumer genetic screening for a number of diseases, including celiac disease. Consumers are strongly cautioned to consult their physician
At 12 years old, Maizy Boosin competed on Chopped Junior against three other junior chefs, but Maizy had a unique challenge – she chose to cook everything exclusively gluten-free while given the same basket of ingredients as her competitors.