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Advancing Celiac Disease Research Together

A research study is recruiting celiac disease patients in the New England area.

Researchers are working on an experimental drug for celiac disease. But first, they need to look at blood samples from people living with celiac disease.

Researchers in Fall River, Massachusetts, are looking for people with celiac disease to participate in this one-time blood draw. The appointment will take about 30 minutes.

If you qualify and provide a blood sample, you'll receive at no cost:

  • Confirmation of your celiac disease gene type(s) (HLA-DQ2 or HLA-DQ8)
  • $20 for your time

You might qualify to participate in this study if you:

  • Are at least 18 years old
  • Have been diagnosed with celiac disease in the last 90 days and have been on the gluten-free diet for no more than 90 days


  • Have been diagnosed with celiac disease and have been on a strict gluten-free diet for the last 12 months with no symptoms

Those who participate must also provide formal documentation of your celiac disease diagnosis from your doctor.

You may not qualify for this study if you are taking immune suppressing drugs, such as a steroid.

Help researchers find a cure for celiac disease in just one step.

Call (508) 672-7450 or email to see if you qualify today.
Or, you can fill out the form below and someone from the study center will contact you directly.


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