You or a loved one has just been diagnosed with Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE). What does…
Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE) Series Part 3: Diagnosed With EoE But Not Under A Doctor’s Care
You’ve been diagnosed with EoE but have not been maintaining a consistent regimen with a healthcare provider. Perhaps treatment results haven’t been optimal, or put simply, life got in the way. You’re not alone. Part 3 of our 4-Part Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE) Education Program is designed to inform you on ways to get back on track with treating your EoE diagnosis and what conversations you may have with your healthcare provider.
Part 3 features two Gastroenterologists, Dr. Scott Gabbard and Dr. Sophia Patel of The Cleveland Clinic who share their expertise on getting patients back on the right path toward optimizing their digestive health. Dr. Gabbard offers insights from an adult patient perspective, and Dr.Patel, who specializes in pediatric gastroenterology, offers her observations and advice for children struggling with an EoE diagnosis. In this episode, Dr. Gabbard and Dr. Patel discusses such topics as: · Why do patients stop treatment or stop seeing a healthcare provider? · The importance of medical care and guidance · Similarities and differences between EoE diagnoses in adults and children · Treatment options – what’s new? · What patients can do to get back on track · How to find a new provider · How to engage a multidisciplinary care team · Patient success stories
*This patient education program is brought to you with support from Sanofi Regeneron and features leading Gastroenterologists and EoE experts from the Cleveland Clinic