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Latest Celiac Disease Research Articles


One in Five Children Not Healing on the Gluten-Free Diet

​A return to repeat biopsy might be needed to monitor how kids with celiac disease are really doing


Oh Baby: Infants Play Key Role in Research into How Celiac Disease Develops

Study continues to enroll babies, with goal of following 500 for 5 years


New Research Studies Published on Children with Celiac Disease

Researchers focus on celiac disease management and season of birth


Journal Gastroenterology Publishes Research Indicating Nearly Identical Response to Gluten in Most Children and Adults with Celiac Disease

Research to inform therapeutic and diagnostic development for patients of all ages


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