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ImmusanT, a company creating a vaccine therapy for patients with celiac disease, has discontinued the phase 2 global study for its lead vaccine candidate, Nexvax2.
Our July 2019 issue of Gluten-Free Living celebrates dosas, light, crisp crepes made of rice and lentils.
This summer, an online pharmacy will become the first to test its prescription medications for gluten before dispensing.
Researchers hope this method of modifying gluten will one day allow people with celiac disease to eat wheat-based foods.
Quest Diagnostics, one of the largest blood testing providers in the U.S., announced June 3 that the medical and financial information of up to 12 million patients may have been breached.
On May 31, Perdue Foods recalled 31,703 pounds of chicken, including refrigerated, fully cooked gluten-free breaded organic chicken tenders under the PERDUE® SIMPLY SMART® Organics brand.
The Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) celebrated 45 years of empowering the gluten-free community this week. The GIG is an aid to those living a gluten-free lifestyle with consumer support, advocacy and education. Their outreach is to everyone who has made the decision to live gluten-free, not just to those with gluten-related disorders.
A new study says accidentally eating gluten in the last 30 days was a problem for 74% of the patients surveyed. The study used information from iCureCeliac.