Celiac Disease in the 21st Century: Understanding the Latest Management and Treatment Options for CD
This activity is brought to you by the Celiac Disease Center.
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At the conclusion of this activity, the learner will be able to:
- Assess the possibility of celiac disease in a much larger sample of patients;
- Screen for celiac disease using the correct antibody tests;
- Articulate the steps for making an accurate diagnosis of celiac disease;
- Describe conditions that put individuals at increased risk for developing celiac disease;
- Distinguish when to screen at-risk individuals for celiac disease;
- Outline how to test and treat gluten sensitivity;
- Draw conclusions from the most recent celiac disease research and its prospects.
Professor of Pediatrics
Section Chief, Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition
Founder and Medical Director, University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center
John Hart, MD
Professor of Pathology
Bana Jabri, MD, PhD
Professor of Medicine and Pathology
DDRCC Co-Director and Integrated Translational Core Director
Sonia Kupfer, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Co-Director, Comprehensive Cancer Risk and Prevention Clinic
Vesna Petronic-Rosic, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Carol Semrad, MD
Professor of Medicine
Lori Welstead, MS, RD, LDN
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