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Clinical Trials for Celiac Disease Patients

Researchers around the world are working to develop new treatments for celiac disease beyond the gluten-free diet. As a person affected by celiac disease, you can play an important role in advancing research by participating in a clinical trial.

This webpage includes information on clinical trials in the celiac disease field. If you are interested in registering for a clinical trial, use these links to find out if there is a trial right for you.

Remember, the decision to join a clinical trial for celiac disease is very personal and requires commitment to the study. Make sure to review the qualifications and requirements so you can make an informed decision.


A comprehensive listing of clinical trials (both government and industry sponsored) conducted across the U.S. To learn more about ongoing and past clinical trials related to celiac disease, you can begin by entering "celiac disease" in the search bar.

NFCA's Clinical Trials Resource Center
NFCA's Clinical Trials Resource Center is presented in partnership with CenterWatch, the leading publisher of information on industry sponsored clinical research.  Visit the Center to learn more about both clinical research in general and new investigational medical therapies for celiac disease. 

Celiac Disease Drug Development in the News
Visit this webpage to read updates from the research field, including calls for enrollment in clinical trials, results from previous celiac disease trials, and advances in funding for continued research.



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