Daniel suffers from complications of celiac disease and needs to come to the United States for medical attention. Daniel lives with his mom and dad on the outskirts of Kyiv, where fighting at times has been intense. His mom struggles to find gluten-free food to nourish Daniel. Medical care is less available since war injuries
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Watch NCA's President, Dr. Wendie, and her husband, Dr. Ed, discuss reducing autoimmunity with Dr. Alessio Fasano in this video.A recent study of over 2 million children evaluated the risk of the rotavirus vaccine in the development of autoimmune thyroid disease, celiac disease and Type 1 diabetes. University of Michigan
by Diane Craig, © 2022 My husband and I enjoy eating gluten-free in England almost as much as we enjoy visiting our family there. Here are a few of our reasons: Shopping Free-From. Most English groceries make our lives easier because they concentrate many of their gluten-free products in a
Upcoming Featured EventsTODAY! Wednesday September 14th Join the Harvard Medical School Celiac Research Program and NCA for Advancing Celiac Research Through Patient Participation and Industry Partnership, the first webinar in our Fall 2022 “Ask the Experts” series. This webinar begins at 1 pm Eastern Time so register now!Register NowSouth Central
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