Food Allergy Center Patient Stories
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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.
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.
Danielle's food allergies are no longer life-threatening thanks to innovative treatment at CHOP.
Colin has eosinophilic esophagitis, a rare inflammatory condition of the esophagus, and receives care at CHOP, which is one of the few pediatric hospitals with a specialized program for the condition.