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Mikayla, 16, is a competitive gymnast and coaches younger children. Diagnosed with celiac disease in eighth grade, she has adapted to her new diet.
Shane, 9, and his family have adapted to a gluten-free lifestyle after his diagnosis of celiac disease at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Luke, 5, is progressing well after treatment for a rare disease and a bone marrow transplant at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Will, 12, has a very complicated form of Crohn’s disease. His symptoms are under control thanks to the Center for Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has helped Abigail, 22, manage her Crohn’s disease and Turner syndrome for more than 18 years.
Laney has been living with both Turner syndrome and Crohn’s disease since she was a toddler. Thanks to Children’s Hospital, she is a thriving 11-year-old.
After years of pain and stilted growth due to her then-undiagnosed Crohn's disease, Ella is now receiving treatment, and growing taller and stronger.
Jackson, 15, loves to perform on stage. He’s able to perform with full energy thanks to treatment for IBD at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.