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3D medical animation on tracheoesophageal fistula Repair

23 October 2015

Thanks to Covenant Health for this great animation on the origins and on the consequences of esophageal atresia. This 3D medical animation shows a tracheoesophageal fistula in which the esophagus has an abnormal connection to the trachea. The animation explains […] LEARN MORE

EAT Medical Advisory Committee

27 August 2015

EAT is delighted to announce that the INoEA (the International Network on Esophageal Atresia) Steering Committee has agreed to act also as the Medical Advisory Board for EAT. The following individuals will therefore become the EAT Medical Advisory Board; we […] LEARN MORE

AFAO families day 2015

26 August 2015

Here is a storify summary  of the annual families meeting of the French Support Group.   [View the story “week-end des familles AFAO 2015” on Storify]

Report on gastro-esophageal reflux from Shelley

26 August 2015

Dear fellow-sufferers of esophageal atresia, I am 18 years old and was born myself with a long-gap esophageal atresia. In my last year of high school I have to write a diploma thesis. Since I am now more concerned about […] LEARN MORE

TOF/OA Leaflets now available in Arabic!

26 August 2015

A  TOFS member Mayyada Wazaify  translated some of the TOFS leaflets into Arabic! Mayyada is Professor of Pharmacy Practice at the University of Jordan and also Mum to five year old Mohammad, born with TOF/OA. Mohammad has needed six oesophageal […] LEARN MORE

Getting ready for an EA European Reference Networks?

26 August 2015

Yann Le Cam, Eurordis Chief Executive Officer and Matt Johnson, Healthcare and Research Director presented  in May during an Eurordis webinar the European Reference Networks project. Video of the webinar, including presentation and 1 hour Q&A (please allow 1 minute to […] LEARN MORE

Outcomes from the first international EA survey.

24 April 2015

In this video, Graham Slater, EAT Chairman, presents the outcomes arising from the 2014 EA survey.

EAT Medical Advisory Board

16 February 2015

EAT is delighted to announce that the INoEA (the International Network on Esophageal Atresia) Steering Committee has agreed to act also as the Medical Advisory Board for EAT. The following individuals will therefore become the EAT Medical Advisory Board; we […] LEARN MORE