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Cdn Celiac Association: the national voice 4 people adversely affected by gluten. RTs may ≠ endorsement. On parle français.
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CanadianCeliacAssoc May 21
On May 24th, join leaders in research, industry, clinical and patient advocacy for an interactive day delving into the big challenges facing celiac disease and gluten intolerance in Canada. For complete schedule and how to attend visit:
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CanadianCeliacAssoc May 20
Fact : Celiac disease is an inherited condition and symptoms may develop at any age after the ingestion of gluten.
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CanadianCeliacAssoc May 16
A shout out to for the wonderful series of interviews across Canada today in support of generating awareness of . 80% of people are not yet diagnosed so sharing information is VERY key to helping more people improve their quality of life.
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CanadianCeliacAssoc May 16
Replying to @AmandaC_Young
And right now that's the only way to have it covered. Ontario is the ONLY province not to have it covered by a primary care practitioner. It costs the system so much when someone has to be admitted.
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CanadianCeliacAssoc May 16
Replying to @LeslieBeckRD
Thank you Leslie for helping to raise more awareness. 80% of people with are undiagnosed.
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Leslie Beck May 16
Canadians with undetected go 10-12 years before receiving a diagnosis. has launched a symptom-checking quiz to help:
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CanadianCeliacAssoc May 16
Hooray for !! What a great way to celebrate in collaboration with and !
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Promise Gluten Free May 16
We're delighted to announce the winner!!! 🥁🥁🥁 It's the 🇨🇦 entry from Jannie Dazzle with her delicious cinnamon rolls. It was a tough call, but they won for their originality. Thanks everyone for entering - we had great fun.
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CanadianCeliacAssoc May 16
Thank you for your hospitality and helping us raise awareness today in Ontario's Legislature!
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Gila Martow May 16
Pleased to welcome to Queens Park to raise awareness of Celiac disease. Thank you Premier & all the MPPs for wearing green ribbons
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CanadianCeliacAssoc May 16
Replying to @billwalkermpp
Thank you for the support in raising awareness of celiac disease. Many people don't know the lesser known symptoms.
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CanadianCeliacAssoc May 16
We love St. Anne's Spa and Bakery!!! Always great support!
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CanadianCeliacAssoc May 16
Replying to @SteveClarkPC
Thank you for the support in helping raise awareness!
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CanadianCeliacAssoc May 16
Replying to @Mayor_Bowman
Thank you for the support Winnipeg!!
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Mayor Brian Bowman May 16
Over 80% of people with Celiac disease have yet to be diagnosed. To raise awareness about the will be lit green tonight.
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CanadianCeliacAssoc May 16
Replying to @AmandaC_Young
Did you go to a hospital?
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CanadianCeliacAssoc May 16
Thank you to Ontario MPPs for the standing ovation today and unanimously supporting our in the Legislature by wearing our 'green' ribbons. Additional thanks to our host for the statement in the House and facilitating our meeting.
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CanadianCeliacAssoc May 16
A delegation met with members of the Ontario Government to bring awareness to celiac disease and coverage for screening for earlier diagnosis. Thank you and for your recognition in the Ontario Legislature today.
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CanadianCeliacAssoc May 16
A delegation met with members of the Ontario Government to bring awareness to celiac disease and coverage for screening for earlier diagnosis. Thank you and for your recognition in the Ontario Legislature today.
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CanadianCeliacAssoc May 16
Canadian Celiac Association Pushes For OHIP Coverage of Celiac Blood Test, Amongst Other Awareness Day Initiatives! To read more:
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