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  • Eating (Gluten Free) for Two
    Eating (Gluten Free) for Two
    Like most people, Rebecca Curry didn't realize she had celiac disease. If left untreated, serious complications can result including additional autoimmune disorders, rashes, celiac-associated cancers and infertility or miscarriages. For women with celiac, a strict gluten-free diet is an absolute must, according to Dr. Anthony DiMarino.

  • Answering Questions about Celiac Disease
    Answering Questions about Celiac Disease
    Dr. Anthony J. DiMarino, Jr., MD, director of the Jefferson Celiac Center answers questions about gluten, the gluten-free diet, and celiac disease.

  • Jefferson Recognized Again as a 'Great Hospital'
    Jefferson Recognized Again as a 'Great Hospital'
    Becker's Hospital Review recognized Jefferson as among the nation's 100 'Great Hospitals' a list that includes "some of the most prominent, forward-thinking and focused healthcare facilities in the nation."

  • Genetics of Celiac Disease Webinar
    Genetics of Celiac Disease Webinar
    Learn about the role of genetics in the development of celiac disease at a free webinar Thursday April 3 featuring Jefferson gastroenterologist and celiac specialist David Kastenberg, MD. Register today!

  • Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity in the News
    Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity in the News
    Jefferson gastroenterologist Stephanie Moleski, MD, recently discussed gluten sensitivity and celiac disease in an interview with the Philadelphia Inquirer.

  • Fertility in Women with Celiac Disease
    Fertility in Women with Celiac Disease
    After 23 physicians, three miscarriages and eight years of unexplained symptoms, Alice Bast learns she has celiac disease and establishes a nonprofit organization to educate others.

  • Managing Celiac Disease with the Gluten-Free Diet
    Managing Celiac Disease with the Gluten-Free Diet
    Registered dietitian Emily Rubin of the Jefferson Celiac Center answers some important questions about leading a gluten-free lifestyle.