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The University of Chicago Medicine is internationally recognized as the most comprehensive celiac center in the world. We provide expert diagnosis and treatment for both children and adults as well as extensive patient education and support. Our groundbreaking research and innovative programs are dedicated to finding a cure for celiac disease. As we work toward the cure, we're raising awareness and diagnosis rates through education and advocacy efforts.
People with celiac disease often receive no instruction on the only medical intervention to treat their condition: strict adherence to a gluten-free diet for life. As a result, newly diagnosed patients struggle to learn the diet on their own, often consuming gluten by mistake and delaying their recovery. The UChicago Medicine Celiac Disease Center is working to properly educate patients and medical professionals around the world.
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We provide a free basket of sample gluten-free foods and resource materials helps to instruct newly diagnosed celiac patients and dietitians on the gluten-free diet.Take a questionnaire to receive a free kit
Our team works year-round to educate people with celiac disease and the public about diagnosing and treating this condition.Read our answers to real patient questions
Our world-renowned celiac disease researchers are working towards curing celiac disease every day. We have one of two research teams in the world that is working to understand the nature of the immune system in the gut and the intestine's earliest response to the presence of gluten.Learn more about our celiac research