National Institutes of Health Consensus Development Conference statement on Celiac Disease, June 28-30, 2004

Charles O. Elson, Martha Ballew, John A. Barnard, Steven J. Bernstein, Irene J. Check, Mitchell B. Cohen, Sara Fazio, John F. Johanson, Noralane M. Lindor, Elizabeth Montgomery, Lisa H. Richardson, Douglas Rogers, Sandeep Vijan, Khalafalla O. Bushara, Shelley Case, Carlo Catassi, Paul J. Ciclitira, Pekka Collin, Ann Cranney, George S. EisenbarthAlessio Fasano, Peter H.R. Green, Ivor D. Hill, Edward J. Hoffenberg, Martin F. Kagnoff, Ciaran P. Kelly, Cynthia Kupper, Joseph A. Murray, Michelle Maria Pietzak, Marian J. Rewers, Alaa Rostom, John J. Zone, Stephen P. James, David Atkins, Elsa A. Bray, James Everhart, Hugo Gallo-Torres, Gilman D. Grave, Frank A. Hamilton, Van S. Hubbard, Barnett S. Kramer, Kelli K. Marciel, Elaine Monarch, Lata S. Nerurkar, Karen Patrias, Jean Pennington, Susan Rossi, Annette Rothermel, Jeffrey N. Siegel, Joseph T. Spence, Carolyn Willard, Wyndham Wilson, Allen M. Spiegel, Lester M. Crawford, Ann M. Veneman, Duane Alexander, Andrew C. Von Eschenbach, Anthony S. Fauci

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NIH consensus and state-of-the-science statements are prepared by independent panels of health professionals and public representatives on the basis of (1) the results of a systematic literature review prepared under contract with the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ); (2) presentations by investigators working in areas relevant to the conference questions during a 2-day public session; (3) questions and statements from conference attendees during open discussion periods that are part of the public session; and (4) closed deliberations by the panel during the remainder of the second day and morning of the third. This statement is an independent report of the panel and is not a policy statement of the NIH or the Federal Government. The statement reflects the panel's assessment of medical knowledge available at the time the statement was written. Thus, it provides a "snapshot in time" of the state of knowledge on the conference topic. When reading the statement, keep in mind that new knowledge is inevitably accumulating through medical research.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)S1-S9
Issue number4
StatePublished - Apr 1 2005

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Hepatology
  • Gastroenterology


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