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Chatting about celiac disease: Stanford expert answering questions this afternoon

Know someone who has celiac disease? Thinking of going gluten-free? As a reminder, Stanford pediatric gastroenterologist KT Park, MD, is taking questions on these topics and his latest research in a Twitter chat today at noon Pacific time. Park's chat is being hosted by the American Gastroenterological Association and can be followed by using the hashtag #CeliacChat.

Previously: Join Stanford pediatric gastroenterologist for Twitter chat on celiac disease research, A discussion on going gluten-free, From frustration to foundation: Embracing a diagnosis of celiac disease, Gluten: The “new diet villain?” and A call for a new way to classify gluten-related disorders

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