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The celiac disease Connection

Please take this survey for my science fair project.

1. Do you have Celiac Disease?

Yes

2. Do you have Type I Diabetes?

No

3. Sex

Female

Thanks!

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My answers to your questions:

(1) Yes.

(2) No

(3) Female

Good Luck!! :D

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1. Celiac: yes.

2. Diabetes: No.

3. Female

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1. Celiac: yes

2. Diabetes: No

3. Female

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Yes, I have Celiac Disease

No, I Don't Have Diabetes

Male (And An Avid Indians Fan.....Go Tribe!) :D

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Hi,

Celiac Yes

Diabetes Type II

Female

Good luck on your project!

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Celiac Disease - Yes

Diabetes - No

Sex - Female

Good Luck! :)

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Celiac Disease - Yes

Diabetes - No

Sex - Female

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Yes

No, but I have quite a few relatives w/ diabetes

Female

Good Luck w/ project....

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!. Do I have celiac disease? YES

2. Do I have diabetes? NO

3.Sex? FEMALE

:)

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1. Do I have Celiac Disease? Yes

2. Type 1 Diabetes? No

Female

Just a reminder, the answer to the first question will be skewed. The audience here on the Celiac Board is going to be heavily weighted with people with Celiac Disease since that is who the board is designed for and the percent of people answering yes to the first question will be much higher than in the general population.

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I'm trying the represent the percentage on people who have celiac who also have diabetes, i want yes to every first question.

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Please respond to this I need like 500 people and could you do any family memebers that you know of also? THANKS!

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Please respond to this I need like 500 people and could you do any family memebers that you know of also? THANKS!

Oh wow...sorry--I'm the only celiac in my family so I don't have many people I can respond for. I know two other kids with celiac, though, and neither of them have diabetes, both are male. So you can add two more Yes, No, Male replies to your data.

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Me

Yes

No

Female

Mom (Shirley, Viola on the board)

Yes

No

Female

Good Luck! :)

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1. Do you have Celiac Disease?

Yes

2. Do you have Type I Diabetes?

No

3. Sex

Female

Good luck with your Project!

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Not biopsy confirmed, but I think the answer is likely yes.

No, no diabetes.

Female.

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Celiac : yes biopsy and blood work: positive

Female

diabetes : No

Genetic: I have not found any other family members with celiac

Let us know how your science project turns out!

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Well, I will answer for my daughter, since she is the Celiac!

1. Yes

2. No, she has a lot of type 2's in the family, but no type 1's

3. Female

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