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
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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.
Celiac Disease Foundation is pleased to announce the release of Gluten-Free Marketplace 2.0, our completely updated, one-stop destination to search for all of your favorite gluten-free products, services, companies, and recipes. The Gluten-Free Marketplace is available at celiac.org/marketplace and as an app for iPhone and Android. Marketplace 2.0 showcases products and services from companies that […]
The March 19, 2017 Summit brought patients and consumer advocates together with guideline developers, methodologists, and other stakeholders in the clinical guideline enterprise for the purpose of constructive dialogue and initiation of durable relationships between them.
At the March 9 and 10, 2017 Genetic Alliance Conference, Celiac Disease Foundation worked to determine best strategies to help grow our iCureCeliac® patient registry, and to encourage patients and their family members to engage in the research process to influence the future of celiac disease research toward treatments and a cure.
At the March 5 and 6, 2017 Digestive Disease National Coalition Public Policy Forum, Celiac Disease Foundation, together with representatives from digestive disease organizations across the United States, developed common agendas to influence healthcare policy.