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The Federation of Esophageal Atresia and Tracheo-Esophageal Fistula

EAT is a federation of member support groups each associated with the rare congenital condition of Esophageal Atresia (EA). Each of the member organisations of EAT operates on a charitable basis in its own country.
The main goals of are to help EA patients and health professionals share their knowledge and experience, promote awareness of the condition across the world and support worldwide research and collation of information concerning the treatment and care of people born with esophageal atresia.


30 December 2021

The OA Kid’s Story: A Story Book Explaining Oesophageal Atresia for Children

The OA Kid’s Story: A Story Book Explaining Esophageal Atresia for Children

Professor Usha Krishnan, Director of Motility Services and Oesophageal [...] LEARN MORE

11 December 2021

Innovation: Aid simulator for families (AFAO)

As a privileged partner of the Reference Center for [...] LEARN MORE

30 July 2021

Useful EA terms in various languages

Terminology glossar on esophageal atresia         [...] LEARN MORE

26 July 2021

The TOF Book

Most people have never heard of oesophageal atresia (OA) [...] LEARN MORE

03 June 2021

CLEAR Consortium

The CLEAR (Congenital Esophageal and Airway Defect Research) Consortium [...] LEARN MORE

01 June 2021

TOFS Video/easy-to-understand introduction to TEF/EA

This short animation is a comforting and easily followed [...] LEARN MORE

16 April 2021

EAT federation has a new logo !

EAT federation is proud to show you our new [...] LEARN MORE

17 March 2021

TOFS awareness week

TOFS in the UK is having an ‘Awareness Week’ [...] LEARN MORE

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The sixth international conference on EA will be held in Cincinnati, USA, in 2022.