CeliAction Study Continues Seeking Volunteers

The following is a sponsored post written by CeliAction. They are continuing to seek volunteers for their study. I think it’s important to note that the drug is a mixture of two different enzymes. If you have celiac disease, I believe the study is worth your consideration. Be sure to check out the website for more information. Questions in the comments will be responded to by a CeliAction representative.

CeliAction Study Continues Seeking Volunteers at The Gluten-Free Homemaker

Did you know there isn’t a single drug approved to treat celiac disease? Currently, attempting a gluten-free diet is the only option recommended by doctors, but a clinical research study called the CeliAction Study is researching if an investigational drug improves any symptoms of the disease.

You may qualify for the CeliAction Study if you:

  • Have been diagnosed with celiac disease by a healthcare professional
  • Are attempting to be on a gluten-free diet
  • Have experienced at least one moderate or severe symptom of celiac disease in the past month

If you participate in the CeliAction Study, you:

  • Will be able to maintain your current diet restrictions
  • Will be provided with study-related care at no cost
  • Do not need medical insurance to take part
  • May be compensated for time and travel
  • Will help advance medical research for celiac disease

To learn more about this research study and see if you qualify, visit www.CeliActionStudy.com or call 1-855-3333-ACT.



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Comments

  1. Dearne Carroll says

    My 8 year old son is coeliac.. Diagnosed a year ago… He is on a strict gf diet but does still suffer from being “glutened” we are very interested in this study.
    We are on the central coast of nsw australia Thankyou

    • Stefanie says

      Unfortunately at this time the CeliAction study is only recruiting patients at select study sites. Please check http://www.clinicaltrial.gov to find out if new sites becoming available in the coming months. [FYI- the company I work is helping the pharmaceutical company get the word out about the trial.]

    • Stefanie says

      Clinicaltrials.gov currently has a listing of the cities where there are doctors who are participating in the study. You can also visit http://www.CeliActionStudy.com to see if you qualify and find a doctor nearby. Just so you know, the company I work for developed the website and is helping the pharmaceutical sponsor get the word out about the trial.

  2. Beau says

    This sounds great. I’m very interested. I am 24 and was diagnosed with celiac when I was 12.

    • Stefanie says

      If you go to celiactionstudy.com, you will find out whether or not you’re eligible to participate in the study.

  3. Ashli Marin says

    I would love to be apart of this study. I’m 21 and I live in Baulkham hills in Sydney.

  4. Tiffany Toporek says

    I just started a gluten-free free diet at 43. Man it is tough…I love to be able to eat whatever I want. Pick me.

  5. April Sage says

    My daughter is five years old and was tested for celiac disease we was told by her doctor in Feb she had this. I would love to get her in this study if it can help her get better.

  6. Barbara Silva says

    I was Diagnosed with celiac about 4years ago. Never had a symptom. Very interested in your research. Having symptoms now, I am a 69year old female. I live in the US!

  7. Angie Lewid says

    I am interested in being considered for this trial. I am a female, 50 years old, diagnosed at 47 with celiac disease and I live in Erlanger, Ky. USA.

  8. Laura says

    Hi, my 3 1/2 year old daughter and my 36 year old husband have been diagnosed as celiac just this year. We would love to help with the research / study.
    Thank you!
    Laura

  9. Leeta Parker says

    I was diagnosed 12 years ago, would love to be part of the study, but live in Australia. Is it possible?

    • Stefanie says

      Clinicaltrials.gov currently has a listing of the cities where there are doctors who are participating in the study. You can also visit http://www.CeliActionStudy.com to see if you qualify and find a doctor nearby. Just so you know, the company I work for developed the website and is helping the pharmaceutical sponsor get the word out about the trial.

    • Stefanie says

      If you go to celiactionstudy.com, you will find out whether or not you’re eligible to participate in the study. [Just so you know, I am helping the pharmaceutical company raise awareness about their study]

  10. Brenda Kuchynski says

    My 12 year old daughter was diagnosed with Celiac disease in December 2013 just 2 months after being diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. She is on a gluten free diet, but still has symptoms from exposure to cross contamination. We would be interested in participating in this study if there is a location in our area.

  11. Pam niebling says

    My husband and son both have been diagnosed with celiac sprue many yrs ago. My husband is on a strict gluten free diet and still has many problems. My son who in 2010 was severely I’ll is now a symptomatic which is odd. Is the study near NJ?

    • Stefanie says

      Clinicaltrials.gov currently has a listing of the cities where there are doctors who are participating in the study. You can also visit http://www.CeliActionStudy.com to see if you qualify and find a doctor nearby. Just so you know, the company I work for developed the website and is helping the pharmaceutical sponsor get the word out about the trial.

  12. Tabatha says

    Hi am 40 I have that I can not spell it’s so hard find food and it’s hard I fine Aussie is cheap for guteen free cheaper than New Zealand and should cheaper here . One my girl might have it I get really sick if have weat tummy sore as

  13. Annette Tomplait says

    I’m a 53 year old female diagnosed with Celiac Disease almost four years ago. Even on a gluten free diet I still have symptoms occasionally. I am very interested in learning more about your study. I live in Ohio, USA.

  14. Karen Rossey says

    I would like to volunteer for the study on Celiac , I was diagnosed 4 years ago. My diet , my life is gluten free.

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