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What we do

EOS Network. Our Mission - Goals - Vision



Clinical Education

Eosinophilic Diseases - Educational Resources for Healthcare Professionals: Gastroenterologists, Allergists, Pathologists, Nutritionists, Psychologist, Scientific Researchers and other providers at various stages of training.


Author: Amanda Cordell

BSPGHAN Guidance on EoE & Covid-19

Management of paediatric EoE during the Coronavirus outbreak Position Statement by Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE) Working Group British Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (BSPGHAN)


Author: Amanda Cordell

EoE and Covid-19 UK FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions on Covid-19 and EoE Eosinophilic Oesophagitis, answered by the British Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition BSPGHAN Working Group Click Here


Author: Amanda Cordell

Volunteer fundraising researcher/ bid writer

We are looking for a fundraising researcher/ bid writer to help us raise funds to support and improve their medical treatment for children and adults affected by eosinophilic diseases.



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Latest news

  • Dupilimab Improves EoE Symptoms

    Mar 2021 - Phase 3 trial shows Dupilimab to improve health-related quality of life and reduces symptom burden in patients with EoE. Read more

  • Budesonide Oral Suspension Effective in Paediatric EoE

    Mar 2021 - Study finds Budesonide Oral Suspension improves multiple outcomes for children 11-17 with EoE. The drug taken twice-daily improved histologic, endoscopic, and combined histologic and symptomatic outcomes in children with EoE. Read more

  • Food Obstruction Action Plan update

    Jan 2021 - We need you to answer our survey to help us develop an action plan for when food gets stuck in the oesophagus. Help us get it right! Read more

  • EUREOS & TIGERS 2nd Joint Webinar

    Following November's success, EUREOS and TIGERS hosted another interactive webinar on March 3rd. Talks include dietary treatments in EoE and monitoring treatment response. Catch up on the recording Read more

  • Eosinophils and COVID Virtual Seminar

    Jan 2021 - The International Eosinophil Society (IES) is holding a virtual seminar on 'Eosinophils and COVID'. Talks will include the involvement of eosinophils in viral infections, Covid-19 and eosinophilic diseases, and vaccine hypersensitivity. Read more

  • US Grants Priority Review for New EoE Treatment

    Jan 2021 - The US FDA has granted priority review for Takeda's new budesonide oral suspension for treatment of eosinophilic oesophagitis (EoE). If successful, TAK-721 will be the first EoE treatment to be approved in the US. Read more

  • Phase 3 trial for Fasenra in EoE begins

    Dec 2020 - AstraZeneca has begun its Phase 3 trial evaluating Fasenra in EoE and other eosinophilic diseases. It has also announced a further Phase 3 trial evaluating the drug for EG and EGE. Read more

Latest events

  • London to Paris Cycle Challenge September 2021

    Join our EOS team on this classic London to Paris 270 mile cycle ride that takes you through the beautiful Kent countryside before crossing the Channel to Calais onwards through France to arrive at the Eiffle Tower Paris. A fun weekend increasing awareness of EOS Network and raising funds for support, research and education in Eosinophilic Diseases. Read more

  • 6-4-6 EOS Challenge

    Take on the 6-4-6 Challenge Make a difference - Support EOS Network Click Here Read more

  • Wellbeing Wednesdays: Introduction to Calm

    Join EOS Network every Wednesday in January for a series of interactive sessions on calmness and decompressing the stress. A weekly group session for our community members, starting with 'Introduction to Calm' - four sessions throughout January with guest speaker Robyn Silverton. Read more