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CanadianCeliacAssoc Jun 24
FACT: Recent research has revealed that celiac disease affects 1% of people in the U.S. Growing awareness of celiac disease, earlier diagnosis and excellent blood screening tests point to the likelihood of similar prevalence figures in Canada.
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Melissa Secord 14 May 18
Very cool to have the lit up green tonight for awareness
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profunkinc May 24
Gluten free lunch in celebration of Celiac Awareness Month at
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Dominica Gidrewicz May 24
Looking forward to working with leaders in the field of celiac today
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Pacer Innovates May 8
The Canadian Celiac Association estimates that about 80% of Canadians with celiac disease have yet to be diagnosed…. May is Celiac Awareness Month
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Jun 10
FACT: Blood screening tests (EMA or tTG) may suggest that a person has celiac disease, but they do not replace the need for an intestinal biopsy. Intestinal biopsies are the only definitive means of diagnosing celiac disease.
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Nov 15
We're asking all of the questions here at . Here's a question from our quiz for family physicians. ? Let us know in the comments below! . . . .
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Nancy Hartling May 27
We all know someone who suffers from Celiac disease, but celiac awareness month encourages us to learn how debilitating this autoimmune disease can be. Many sufferers have not received a diagnosis, though the damage compounds over time. .
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Jun 3
FACT: This procedure is performed under sedation by an experienced specialist and is usually done as an outpatient procedure. In children, sedation or anesthetic may be used.
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Rizopia Food Products Inc. 14 May 18
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Vancouver CCA 10 May 18
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Wello - Virtual Healthcare May 4
An estimated 300,000 Canadians have Celiac Disease. May is Celiac Awareness Month. Learn more about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of this autoimmune disease.
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Luisella Spreads 30 May 18
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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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Julie Ann Matheson Jul 3
Low bone density in celiacs . Take Vitamin D, 1000-1200mg of calcium daily.
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Gateway Gazette 5 May 18
Canadian Celiac Association is Asking Canadians to
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SickKids_TheHospital 23 May 18
May is Food Allergy and Celiac Awareness Month! We’re taking a walk down memory lane with one of Main Street’s mainstays; the Specialty Food Shop, which is celebrating its 35 year anniversary!
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CanadianCeliacAssoc Jun 17
FACT: Because the symptoms are often vague and non specific, celiac disease can be difficult to recognize. Symptoms can vary greatly from person to person and can appear at any age. What were your symptoms? Share with us in the comments!
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Schär glutenfree May 10
We're proud to sponsor this Celiac Symptom Quiz, brought to you by the Canadian Celiac Association. Be sure to share with your friends and this Celiac Awareness Month!
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