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I know Celiac is predominately in Northern Europeans. I find it interesting that when I see avatars everyone appears Northern European. Just curious, anyone on this board not of the Northern European persuasion?

Anyone have some interesting statistics regarding ancestry and Celiac besides the obvious facts one hears?

I myself am Swedish, Scottish, Northern Irish Canadian, Cree Indian (possibly) and Welsh...

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