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Upcoming Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free Events

FDA Workshop: Gastroenterology Regulatory Endpoints and the Advancement of Therapeutics VI (GREAT VI) Workshop on Celiac Disease. The goal of the GREAT VI workshop is to discuss the overall approach to drug development in celiac disease that includes an assessment of both clinical symptoms and histology. The workshop will focus the discussion on the histologic endpoints to assess treatment benefit in patients with celiac disease; regulatory framework for pediatric drug development in celiac disease; and the role of gluten challenge in clinical trials to provide a forum for open discussion between stakeholders to facilitate drug development.
July 22, 2021
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Beyond Celiac Virtual Town Hall: 10 Biggest Changes in the Celiac Disease World. Join Beyond Celiac Director of Scientific Affairs, Amy Ratner as she discusses major advances in the celiac disease world with Erica Dermer of Celiac and the Beast.  Learn how the world has drastically changed for those with celiac disease since Amy’s daughter was diagnosed in the 90s and Erica was diagnosed in the early aughts—and what the future might hold for those in the community.
July 28, 2021
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Step Beyond Celiac 5K Philadelphia
Step Beyond Celiac 5K events raise funds to support Beyond Celiac research efforts. Lace up your running shoes with us this September in Philly. Together we run or walk 3.1 miles closer to a cure! 
September 2021

Philadephia, PA
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An Evening Beyond Celiac: a benefit for Beyond Celiac. Celebrate what life can be like once we have a cure: to eat without fear—a world Beyond Celiac. Funds raised through this event will benefit our strategic initiatives to accelerate treatments toward a cure for this serious genetic autoimmune disorder.
October 28, 2021
Philadelphia, PA
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