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Date: Thu, 09 Feb 2006 13:41:02 -0500
Subject: Great site!

Hi Scott,

As a newly diagnosed G.I. patient, I am in dire need of information. Your website is a gift. Thank you so much for creating it. I hope that Ill be able to eat in restaurants one day..... they seem to be few and far between in my neck of the woods. Take care and all the best to you.

Jeannine Ouellette


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Hi Scott!

You are wonderful and so helpful in a time that can be so stressful! I have passed you on to so many who love you also. Keep up the good work and God bless you!

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Date: Wed, 2 Aug 2006 15:15:12 -0700 (PDT)
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BTW, already finding a wealth of information including the link to the EnteroLabs site.. already ordered the cheek swab test for my daughter. Much cheaper than the 325/test my husband and I paid to find out who had the gene (my 5 year old son was diagnosed in March 2006). Thank goodness for you and the Gluten Free Mall!!!

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Dear Scott:

You and your team have been so nice, understanding, and informative that I do not have enough word to express how much you all mean to me. The message board is a great help when I am really feeling down because I come up negative on all the tests, but put wheat in my diet and I am violently sick.

I appreciate you taking the time to respond to me.

Karen McCain Mish

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