Are Treatments on the Horizon to Cure Celiac Disease?

Are Treatments on the Horizon to Cure Celiac Disease?

Currently, the only “cure” for celiac disease is to adopt a gluten free lifestyle. But if researchers and science have their way, there could be more options on the horizon.
In the Name of Science
Not surprisingly, pharmaceutical companies have entered the gluten free scene. Currently, there are several drugs that are moving through the stages of clinical trials to evaluate effectiveness.
Clinical Trials
As of this writing, ClinicalTrials.gov has 114 studies listed that relate to celiac disease. Many of them are specifically designed to determine the benefits of particular drug therapies.
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