Delayed EGID Diagnosis Can Impair Growth in Children

An Italian study has found that paediatric patients with Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Diseases EGIDs were prone to be underweight. Symptoms associated with their EGIDs were impeding their weight gain but going undiagnosed. Read more

Eosinophilic Disease Advocacy for Children and Transition care

The EOS Network participated in a significant paediatric gastroenterology event, advocating for better care for eosinophilic disease patients. We distributed information packs to healthcare professionals and established valuable connections, raising awareness and promoting a patient-centric approach. Read more

Oral Immunotherapy and Eosinophilic Esophagitis

Discover the latest findings on oral immunotherapy (OIT) for children with food allergies and its link to eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE). Learn about the study's methods, results, and implications for patient care. Read more

Removing animal milk versus removing 6 food types as EoE treatment

A recent multi-centred study reveals removing just animal milk as first-line diet therapy for EoE Eosinophilic Oesophagitis is equally effective in the 6-week trial. Read more

GI Device Used to Target Early Oesophageal Scarring in Paediatric EoE

Researchers have used a GI device to show that oesophageal distensibility can help clarify the level of scarring in paediatric EoE. This could lead to earlier identification and more targeted intervention. Read more

CME-accredited EoE Course

A free online course to help different medical disciplines understand EoE has received full accreditation for Continuing Medical Education. Find out more and how to access it here. Read more

Dupilumab maintains long-term efficacy in EoE

The third part of a trial investigating dupilumab in EoE has found the drug maintains its clinical, symptomatic and histologic efficacy and safety profile up to Week 52 in adults and children over 12+. Read more

Update on MESSINA EoE Trial

October 2022 - MESSINA trial of Fasenra in EoE patients demonstrated a significant improvement in histological disease remission but not an improvement in dysphagia symptoms. Read more

EoE HCP Educational UK Roadshow

An educational EoE Roadshow is coming to cities across the UK, offering an excellent opportunity for HCPs to learn more about the fast-changing landscape of eosinophilic oesophagitis. Read more

Revolo Phase 2 Trial for EoE Completes Enrolment

Enrolment has completed for a Phase 2 trial investigating an immune-resetting molecule in the treatment of EoE. The molecule can reset the immune system from a pro-inflammatory state to a regulated homeostatic state. Read more

New Clinical Severity Index for Management of EoE

The Index, produced by CEGIR researchers, is another step towards global consensus, and is designed to help HCPs monitor EoE severity to make informed decisions about treatment and management. Read more

Positive clinical results for treating EoE in under 12s

July 2022 - A trial investigating dupilimab to treat children under 12 with EoE has achieved positive results. This follows the FDA's approval of dupilimab to treat EoE in adults and children 12 and over earlier this year. Read more

First USA drug approved for EoE

After many years of the USA having no approved treatment options for EoE. Approval for use has been announced for a new biologic injection. Read more

EOS Network at BSG Live '22

The upcoming EoE Guidelines will be released and presented at the British Society for Gastroenterology BSG Live Annual Meeting from 22-23 June. EOS Network will be exhibiting at the event, alongside Guidelines committee chair Professor Anjan Dhar and other co-authors. Read more

Improving Care in Eosinophil-Associated Diseases: A Charter

A Charter outlining the key rights and expectations for people living with eosinophil-associated diseases. It proposes four key principles that will patients should expect from the management of their conditions and set a basic standardisation of care. Read more

Should patients with IgE allergies be screened for EoE?

A short study has shown a correlation in children with IgE-mediated food allergies reporting symptoms of eosinophilic oesophagitis (EoE), leading researchers to suggest that it may be beneficial to screen IgE-FA patients for EoE. Read more

Increasing EOS Awareness Among Allergy and Immunology Healthcare Professionals

Check out our volunteer's report from exhibiting at the World Allergy Organisation and British Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology Conference in April 2022 Read more