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Every day, researchers are working to get a better understanding of celiac disease and its various presentations. Ongoing research is also exploring potential drug treatments for celiac disease. To view all information related to drug development and research, please visit our main celiac disease research page. Learn about the Beyond Celiac Science Department here.

Latest Celiac Disease Research Articles

10/29/2020

Talking turkey about celiac disease and tryptophan

An international study suggests that tryptophan, an amino acid present in high amounts in turkey, when combined with probiotics, may help those with celiac disease heal and better respond to a gluten-free diet.

09/02/2020

Higher healthcare bills

A review of five years of health insurance claims found that people with celiac disease pay more healthcare costs than those who don't have celiac disease.

06/25/2020

Kids, canker sores and celiac disease

Canker sores can be a sign of celiac disease in children, especially when accompanied by mild malnutrition, iron deficiency and iron deficiency anemia, according to a new study from Turkey.

05/19/2020

Environmental factors that might be related to celiac disease

Researchers from New York University did an early study into whether toxic chemicals found in pesticides, nonstick cookware and fire retardants should be considered as possible environmental factors related to celiac disease. They caution more study is needed.

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