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We might be moving to São Paulo, Brazil for my husband´s job and me and my 10 year old son have celiac disease. I am trying to research whether this is an option for us given our health and diet needs. The two doctors listed on this site say they are in Rio. Any resources you could provide to help me with my research would be greatly appreciated.

 
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