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The laboratory of Dr Anne-Sophie Brazeau of School of Human Nutrition at McGill University is currently looking for adults with and without type 1 diabetes who are 18 to 29 years old to participate in a study on food literacy. The main objective of the project is to understand the motivations and barriers of young adults with type 1 diabetes in integrating their knowledge of nutrition into practical skills. This study involves answering a questionnaire lasting about 25 minutes. Participants are given the chance to win an Ipad Mini.  Link to study: www.research.net/r/foodchoicesstudy

Undeclared Gluten in Products Containing Gluten-Free Oats – Canadian Food Inspection Agency Survey, published November 2019

European Clinical Practice Guidelines for Celiac Disease (ESPHGAN) – October 2019

Takeda acquires global license for investigational therapy for celiac disease following positive 2A clinical trial  РOctober, 2019

Predicting Instestinal Healing – October, 2019

Cross-Contact Study – Do families really need two toasters – October 2019

Metabolism of wheat proteins by intestinal microbes: Implications for wheat related disorders – September 2019

Silent celiac disease common in relatives of patients – September, 2019

Celiac disease: should we care about microbes? – August 2019

Survey of the initial management of celiac disease antibody tests by ordering physicians

Gluten immunogenic peptide excretion detects dietary transgressions in treated celiac disease patient – March 2019

Assessment of the knowledge of the gluten-dree diet amongst food handlers in health care institution care facilities – March 2019

Normalization Time of Celiac Serology in Children on a Gluten-free Diet

Genetic Overlap Between Autoimmune Disease and NHL Not Supported by Genome-Wide Association Study

Innovate Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. Announces First Patient Dosed in the First Phase 3 Clinical Trial for Patients with Celiac Disease

World’s first diagnostic blood test for celiac disease in sight

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Awards Another Major Grant to ImmunogenX to Conduct a Clinical Trial for Latiglutenase

Why people with celiac disease suffer so soon after eating gluten

New study calls for screening of family members of celiac disease patients

 

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