Entering the ‘age of enlightenment’ with a new generation of celiac disease leaders

Entering the ‘age of enlightenment’ with a new generation of celiac disease leaders

I’ve been engaged in celiac disease for more than 30 years, and for a long time it was what I call an orphaned disease, with less than a handful of expatriate academics exhibiting any interest in it.The irony is that in the ’60s there was great interest in celiac disease in academic gastroenterology, with GI giants publishing on celiac before it went out into the wilderness. A renaissance of interest was born in the ’90s and grew into what I call the “age of enlightenment,” where celiac disease is not only considered a major disease within GI but also anRead More