Allergy Program Patient Stories
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Eosinophilic Esophagitis: Caleigh's Story
For 10 years, Caleigh couldn’t tolerate most foods because of eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE). But with treatment at CHOP, she is now able to enjoy many foods.
Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome: Isaiah’s story
Diagnosed with FPIES, Isaiah could only safely eat five foods at his first birthday. Now 2 ½ years old, his diet has expanded to 35 foods and it's been more than a year since his last allergic reaction to food.
Severe Asthma and Allergies: Mena's Story
After years of struggling with severe asthmas and food allergies, 17-year-old Mena is finally breathing easier thanks for biologic therapy at CHOP.
Allergic Asthma: Lorenzo's Story
Diagnosed with severe allergic asthma, Lorenzo is no longer sitting on the sidelines. Thanks to biologic therapy at CHOP, he's back in the game.
Asthma and Food Allergies Second Opinion: Nora's Story
For years, Nora's family treated her severe asthma and food allergies as separate conditions, but a new biologic therapy at CHOP is improving both.
IgE-mediated Food Allergies: PJ and Alana's Story
Thanks to oral immunotherapy and the Food Allergy Bravery Clinic at CHOP, siblings PJ and Alana can now eat many of the foods that used to produce severe allergic reactions.
Protein-induced Enterocolitis Syndrome: Alivia's Story
Alivia wasn't even a year old when she was diagnosed with FPIES, a rare food allergy. With treatment and monitoring, she's now a healthy toddler.
Food Protein-induced Enterocolitis Syndrome: Dean's Story
Diagnosed with food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome (FPIES) as an infant, Dean received personalized treatment at CHOP and is now thriving.
IgE-mediated Food Allergies: Danielle's Story
Danielle's food allergies are no longer life-threatening thanks to innovative treatment at CHOP.
IgE-mediated Food Allergies: Emerson & Kenny's Story
Brothers Emerson and Kenny share the same food allergies, but receive different customized treatments at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.