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Associazione Famiglie Bambini Celiachi
Contact: Emilia Romague
Via Masia 21
I-40138 Bologna, Italy
Tel: 39/51/391980

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Contact: Anna Maria Vallesi
Via Picotti 22
56124 Pisa, Italy
Tel/Fax: +39 (50) 580939

Group: Marche
Contact: Ratini Paolo
Via A.Rocca, 20
60011 Arcevia (Ancona)
Tel. +39-731-9047

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Via Masia 21
I-40138 Bolgna
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Via Am Eichamt, 29
39050 Cornaiano (Bolzano)
Tel. +39-471-662424

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Via Sassari, 69
09121 Cagliari
Tel. +39-70-652912

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Strada 47, Poggio dei Pini
09012 Capoterra CA
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Via Brigata, 7
88100 Catanzaro
Tel. +39-961-782310

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Via Padre Ardelio della Bella, 13
71100 Foggia
Tel. +39-881-686930

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Contact: Spanio Barbara
Via Telesio, 4/3
16145 Genova
Tel. +39-10-319232

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Piazza Costituzione Italiana, 2
50023 Figline Valdarno

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