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Gluten in Medications Survey


Update: The survey period has closed. Thank you for your participation!

The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) is working with St. John’s University College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions to study the effect on people who follow a gluten-free diet if they take medicine that contains gluten, a protein in wheat, barley and rye. The US Food and Drug Administration is funding this research study.
The study has two parts. First, we will conduct this survey, and then we will test some medicines to see if they contain gluten. The results of this survey will help us learn more about people’s experiences, and will help us decide which medicines we will test for gluten. Together these findings could help the medical and scientific communities see that more research and investigation are needed.
People who are following a gluten-free or a wheat-free diet may take this survey, or may have someone take the survey for them. By taking this survey, you are giving permission for you or the subject of the survey to be involved in this research study.
This survey will take between 4 and 15 minutes to complete, depending on your responses. It closes on February 28, 2012.

Information submitted for this survey will be used for this research purpose only. NFCA will never sell or give your information from this survey to a third party or use it for mailing list purposes.

Take the Gluten in Medications Survey

Note: Some questions are based on answers to previous questions. Therefore, question numbers may not appear in numerical order. If sharing a computer with other survey participants, please make sure to click "Finished" to complete the survey between each participant.