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Princess has struggled for years with a rare inflammatory condition of the esophagus. Thanks to CHOP, a new medication and family support, she’s now thriving.
Oral immunotherapy helps 12-year-old Rani achieve new-found freedom and confidence from multiple food allergies that have plagued her since infancy.
After years of avoiding nuts due to food allergies, Kadin can now eat them – thanks to oral immunotherapy at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
CHOP's Food Allergy Bravery Clinic helps children retake control of their lives, their food allergies and their mental health.
Plagued with food allergies for years, 12-year-old Grace can now eat almost anything thanks to a breakthrough oral immunotherapy program at CHOP.
No more skipping treats for Oliver, thanks to the Food Reactions Clinic at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).
With help from a new FDA-approved oral immunotherapy (OIT) treatment, Noah can now experience life without fear of adverse reactions from peanut protein.
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.
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.
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.