May 16 is recognized internationally as Celiac Awareness Day…
French translation of the press release, provided by Coeliaque Québec.
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The Celiac Disease Foundation is inviting the celiac community to light up landmarks.
On Sunday, May 16, iconic buildings all over the world, including in Boston, Edmonton, Montreal, Nashville, New York City, Toronto and Vancouver, will be lit up with green to raise awareness for International Celiac Disease Awareness Day.
This May the CCA is challenging Canadians to learn more about celiac disease and to understand that celiac disease is real and not a pretend disease.
Throughout May, Beyond Celiac will be sharing stories from The Voices of Celiac Disease on our social channels and emails to spread awareness about what it’s really like to have celiac disease.