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Beyond Celiac is the leading trusted resource on celiac disease. We are available and qualified to speak to the press on a variety of topics including, but not limited to: celiac disease as a serious genetic autoimmune disease; celiac disease patient advocacy; celiac disease and the family link; celiac disease research; gluten in cosmetics; barriers to diagnosis; personal experiences with celiac disease/diagnosis; growth of the gluten-free market; gluten-free labeling; gluten-free fad diet vs. a medical necessity.

For all media inquiries, contact Beyond Celiac Director of Communications, Claire Baker, at 215-325-1306 ext 111 or [email protected].

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Most Recent Press Releases

02/16/2021

Beyond Celiac Announces a Research Grant Program with Janssen to Support Critical Research into Celiac Disease

Beyond Celiac announced a two-year joint research grant program with Janssen Research & Development, LLC (Janssen) through its World Without Disease Accelerator group.

01/14/2021

Beyond Celiac Celebrates Record Accomplishments in 2020

Catalyst for a Celiac Disease Cure, Beyond Celiac Advances Research by Becoming Patient Recruitment Partner of Choice for Major Clinical Trials

11/18/2020

Beyond Celiac Drives Patient Recruitment for Promising Anokion Clinical Trial

10/14/2020

Beyond Celiac Chosen by 9 Meters Biopharma as Exclusive Patient Organization to Recruit for First-Ever Phase 3 Clinical Trial

09/22/2020

Beyond Celiac Partners with Provention Bio on Phase 2 Clinical Trial for Promising Celiac Disease Therapeutic

Catalyst for a Cure, Beyond Celiac Powers Research with Extensive Patient Network

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