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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

02/06/2018

Beyond Celiac Hiring Chief Scientific Officer Marie Robert, MD

Organization launches patient-directed science department to accelerate research.

01/29/2018

Beyond Celiac Announces Addition of New Board Members

Beyond Celiac, a leading patient advocacy organization serving the 2.5 million Americans with celiac disease, announced the addition of two new members to its Board of Directors.

09/05/2017

Beyond Celiac Announces Innovative Collaborative Research Effort: Go Beyond Celiac digital community

Non-profit organization seeking new treatments and a cure for celiac disease also sets date for first ever Bold Beyond Research Symposium.

04/28/2017

Beyond Celiac announces new mission, strategic plan, and research initiative

Nonprofit organization announces its plan for supporting research for expanding treatments and finding a cure for this serious autoimmune condition.

03/30/2017

Celiac Disease Screening Guidelines Should Be Clearer for At-Risk Individuals

Beyond Celiac cautions against not testing those with a higher risk for developing celiac disease, a serious genetic autoimmune disease.

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