Allergy Program Patient Stories
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Food Allergies and Oral Immunotherapy: Madelyn’s Story
Eggs are back on the menu for 3-year-old Madelyn – thanks to oral immunotherapy at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Esofagitis eosinofílica: La historia de Princess
Hace años que Princess lucha contra una enfermedad inflamatoria del esófago poco frecuente. Gracias a CHOP, un nuevo medicamento y el apoyo de su familia, ahora está mejorando.
Severe Asthma: Onni’s Story
With her severe asthma under control — with help from CHOP’s PAPA Clinic — Onni is in school, out of the hospital and “a whole new kid.”
Food Allergies and OIT: Rani’s Story
Oral immunotherapy helps 12-year-old Rani achieve new-found freedom and confidence from multiple food allergies that have plagued her since infancy.
Food Allergies and Oral Immunotherapy: Kadin's Story
After years of avoiding nuts due to food allergies, Kadin can now eat them – thanks to oral immunotherapy at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Learning to Live With Food Allergies: Dominic's Story
CHOP's Food Allergy Bravery Clinic helps children retake control of their lives, their food allergies and their mental health.
Food Allergies: Grace's Story
Plagued with food allergies for years, 12-year-old Grace can now eat almost anything thanks to a breakthrough oral immunotherapy program at CHOP.
Food Intolerance: Oliver’s Story
No more skipping treats for Oliver, thanks to the Food Reactions Clinic at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).
New Oral Immunotherapy Treatment for Peanut Allergy: Noah's Story
With help from a new FDA-approved oral immunotherapy (OIT) treatment, Noah can now experience life without fear of adverse reactions from peanut protein.
Peanut Allergy: Addison's Story
Addison’s peanut allergy has improved greatly thanks to a promising new treatment at CHOP. The 12-year-old has shown her thanks by raising money to help more kids like her.