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Thanks to the support of the online gluten-free community and So Delicious, NFCA will have additional funding for patient programs.
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Following the February 2013 webinar "Sex and the Celiac: A Focus of Reproductive Health," NFCA worked with panelist Stephanie M. Moleski, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals, to address the remaining questions from the live airing. The following guest post contains Dr. Moleski's responses.
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