Hello @JustinMcClanahan! Yes of course. I wish I knew more about it myself, but before I was diagnosed, I had severe stomach pain whenever I ate anything. Each day would get a little worse, until it reached the point that I couldn’t stand after I ate something. I had numerous tests done for any allergies, Celiac, or Crohn’s disease. Every test came back negative, so I went on with the pain. Until one day I came home from school with severe stomach pain (a combination of nausea and stabbing). I went to bed early and soon woke up when the sensation that I needed to throw up. I went to the bathroom, and that’s all that I remember. My parents ran and found my in a pool of my own blood. They said that I threw up over a liter of blood, when unconscious and had a seizure in their arms. After being rushed to the hospital and spending some time in a children’s hospital, many more tests were done. There happened to be a staff member (this was in Vermont) whom wrote a paper on Collagenous gastritis and tested me for it, and here I am! That’s kind of the shortened version, but ever since I’ve had a very sensitive stomach and autoimmune conditions popping up right and left. I’m currently a senior pre-med student, so the genetics involved really interests me. Do you know of any clinical trials/test being done on this disease?