Why do we exist?

Esophageal atresia (EA) is a rare medical condition with an incidence of 1 in 3500 live births.

With esophageal atresia being such a rare disorder, it’s only by sharing knowledge, experience and resources that we can improve the management of the EA condition.

EAT exists to ensure that its members associations share their knowledge and experience with each other and to address issues associated with Esophageal atresia  which can be more effectively tackled internationally.

Whilst there are some local differences in the way in which the national support groups are organized and focused, there is an overwhelming commonality in most of the issues they face.

These common issues include:

At the current time, the key activities upon which EAT is focused in order to address these issues include:

Graham Slater, Chairman of EAT.