Celiac Disease and Gluten Free in the News

Researchers at Stanford Medicine found that a molecule made by one X chromosome in every female cell can generate antibodies to a woman’s own tissues, making women at greater risk of autoimmune disease. Click here to read more.
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An international task force of 27 clinicians analyzed the available research evidence to-date of how adult patients with celiac disease are monitored after diagnosis. Click here to learn more. 
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Researchers investigated the role of iron status in the development of celiac disease and concluded that genetically lower iron levels were associated with an increased risk for celiac disease. Click here to learn more.
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Experiences and perceptions of people with celiac disease, food allergies, and food intolerance when dining out has been added to the special collection "Recent Breakthrough in Gluten Contamination, Volume II" in Frontiers in Nutrition. Click here to read this article.
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Researchers identified a unique strain of B. vulgatus that may exert a beneficial role by protecting celiac disease epithelium against a gluten-induced break of epithelial tolerance through miRNA reprogramming. Click here to learn more.
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The incidence of enteropathy-associated T-cell lymphoma (EATL), a rare and aggressive T-cell, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, is rising, according to data presented at the 2023 annual meeting of the American College of Gastroenterology. Click here to learn more.
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This is an unusual case study involving the discovery of gastric trichobezoar in a 15-year-old girl who had undiagnosed celiac disease. Click here to read more.
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Alessio Fasano, MD, speaks with Jeremy Alland, MD and Julia R. Bruene, MD, on the gut microbiome and how it impacts health and disease in this episode of Your Doctor Friends podcast. Click here to listen.
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