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Celiac Listserv newsgroup located on a server at St. Johns Medical Center. To subscribe, send an Internet e-mail to the following address: LISTSERV@LISTSERV.ICORS.ORG. In the body put the following: SUB CELIAC followed by your first and last name. For example: SUB CELIAC John Doe.
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Cel-Kids is a List for celiac children and their parents, and is also on a server at St. Johns Medical Center. To subscribe, send an Internet e-mail to the following address: LISTSERV@LISTSERV.ICORS.ORG. In the body put the following: SUB CEL-KIDS followed by your first and last name. For example: CEL-KIDS John Doe.


Coeliac e-mail support group specifically for people with coeliac disease in Australia. A particular interest is with foods available in the Australian marketplace.
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Pam Penny and Joan Tuckey of the Canadian Celiac Association have established a Canadian Listserv mail list. The new list will allow discussion of exclusively Canadian issues. If you wish to subscribe, send a message to with a blank subject line. In the body of the e-mail put ONLY:
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This is a German Celiac Web page: with a discussion forum.


For all people interested in exchange information about CELIAC with Spanish people can subscribe to the following list: CELIAQUIA@FUNDESCO.ES. To subscribe, send a message to In the body of the e-mail: Subscribe Celiaquia Your E-mail address. Example: Subscribe Celiaquia welcomes your comments below (registration is NOT required).

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