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Bewildering symptoms, both physical and behavioral, brought Kayla to CHOP and led to a diagnosis of autoimmune encephalitis, a rare disease when a person’s immune system attacks their brain.
In unlocking the key to Elijah’s mystery illness, CHOP doctors identified a new autoimmune disease and developed a customized plan to treat his disorder.
Luke, 5, is progressing well after treatment for a rare disease and a bone marrow transplant at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Audrey was diagnosed with severe combined immunodeficiency, treated with drugs to ward off infections, and underwent a bone marrow transplant at CHOP — all in her first month of life.
A bone marrow transplant to treat chronic granulomatous disease (CGD) saved Tommy's life and enabled him — and his family — to live a normal, happy life.