The world of celiac disease research changes and evolves each and every day. Beyond Celiac keeps the community up-to-date on research in many ways, including our Research News Feed and the Research Opt-In.
Women with celiac disease are at increased risk for pregnancy and delivery complications compared to women without celiac disease, according to study that looked at the hospital records about 12 million pregnant women.
While oats are safe for most people with celiac disease, some patients react to the protein in oats with acute symptoms and a wheat-like inflammatory response, a study presented at Digestive Disease Week (DDW) found.
Children who were diagnosed with celiac disease as part of a mass screening program had improved symptoms, quality of life and iron levels one year later, according to research presented at Digestive Disease Week (DDW).
Researchers around the world are working to develop new treatments for celiac disease. As a person affected by celiac disease, you can play an important role in advancing research by participating inclinical trials. View our Clinical Trials Infographic to learn how clinical trials tie into to drug development process.
Additionally, Beyond Celiac has been directly involved with assisting a number of clinical studies in all phases. With the largest celiac disease social community, a robust email and research database and a website that receives over 2 million visits a year, we are uniquely qualified to help your clinical trial recruit qualified candidates. Learn about our patient recruitment offerings.
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