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CYE: Celiac Youth of Europe

CYE: Celiac Youth of Europe is an umbrella organization for all celiac youth groups in Europe and consists currently out of 17 participating countries. They meet once a year and initiate a project to raise awareness about CD or help improve the life of coeliacs. One of these annual projects was the Bulletin Beat the Wheat.

Beat the Wheat: The Bulletin is a tool for informing coeliacs about various topics. A normal bulletin therefore encompasses articles about travelling, recipes, diagnosis stories, portraits of famous persons with

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CD, medical curiosities etc. By the way, all the work done considering this project is voluntary.  As the Bulletin is constantly developing, they are always looking for participants from all over the world in order to broaden their coverage. So if you would like to submit an article telling readers about life with CD in your region, or you have an interesting story to tell you are more than welcome to do so.

Their site is: http://issuu.com/beatthewheat/docs/btw_bulletin4

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