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This webinar dives deeper into the social impact of following a gluten free diet with celiac disease. Dining with friends, family, and coworkers can be stressful and take a toll on quality of life. But, how do these factors play out in a dating scenario? This webinar reports on the unique obstacles, attitudes, and behaviors related to dating with celiac disease and the importance of addressing these concerns.1.0 CPE

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