Canadian Celiac Association
Professional Advisory Board
The purpose of the Professional Advisory Board (PAB) is to advise and assist the Canadian Celiac Association (CCA) in its mandate of promoting the welfare of persons with celiac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis, and to increase awareness among the public, governments, and health care professionals of these disorders.
The Professional Advisory Board also advises the association on the direction of funding for research and encourages support for the Association in furthering its goals.
PAB is responsible for developing and recommending policies and programs related to the medical, nutritional research, and educational aspects of the Association, and setting appropriate standards. It is accountable to the CCA for all matters in this regard.
Articles by or about PAB Members
Papers based on the CCA celiac health survey
Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease where the surface of the small intestine that absorbs nutrients from food is damaged by a substance called gluten.
We offer support to people diagnosed with celiac disease by providing information about celiac disease and about how to live with celiac disease in Kingston You’ll find resources to help you understand and manage a gluten free diet, as well as advice on where to shop and eating out at restaurants.
Find out how to donate, volunteer, fund awards or make a bequest to support your celiac community.
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