Many individuals diagnosed with type 1 diabetes only discover they have celiac disease through routine screening because of the known relationship between the two conditions. Most report having no symptoms of celiac disease, and that the diagnosis is sometimes seen as an after-thought to the diabetes. Whether or not individuals have symptoms, if a celiac […]
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
A common symptom of patients with undiagnosed celiac disease (CeD) is nutrient deficiency. When CeD patients consume gluten, it triggers the immune system to attack the microvilli of the small intestine, causing them to flatten and lose function. Microvilli are hair-like structures that assist with the absorption of vital nutrients and vitamins needed to lead […]
Celiac Disease Foundation thanks Time Magazine for referencing celiac.org in their recent article titled, “6 Facts About Gluten That You’re Probably Getting Wrong.” Celiac Disease Foundation works tirelessly year-round to educate the public about celiac disease. Raising awareness about celiac disease has been a fundamental part of CDF’s mission since we were founded 25 years […]
At the International Celiac Disease Symposium (ICDS), celiac practitioners, researchers, patients, and leaders from around the world come together to share their collective knowledge and experience, and to propel forward the practices of treating and preventing gluten-related disorders. This is the one place to go to find the world’s experts in celiac disease, as they […]
Celiac Disease Foundation is proud to have been a funder and to participate on the Steering Committee for the FDA Gastroenterology Regulatory Endpoints and Advancement of Therapeutics (GREAT3) workshop. Conceived by Dr. Sonia Kupfer of the University of Chicago and CDF Medical Advisory Board member Dr. Daniel Leffler of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, GREAT3 […]
The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Board of Governors today approved nearly $142.5 million to support the ongoing development and expansion of an ambitious new resource for health research known as PCORnet, the National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network.