Video Series: Research
Health Topics: Asthma
Dr. Stephen Teach, describes in detail how the national asthma study was conducted.
Nineteen years ago, Deion was born prematurely and developed eosinophilic esophagitis and acid reflux, along with failure to thrive. For years, he endured environmentally influenced intestinal issues that he and his family didn't understand until they met Children's National specialists who "never gave up on us."
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The Airway Program is a specialized program in the Division of Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose, and Throat), one the largest and most prestigious pediatric otolaryngology programs in the country.
Children's National has one the largest and most active pediatric sickle cell programs in the country.
Children’s National established the Severe Asthma Clinic as a resource for patients and families who have experienced an asthma emergency.
Dr. Stephen Teach describes how this landmark asthma study translates findings in the laboratory to the community where children and teens with asthma live.