Family raises awareness, money for EGID research

05/11/2008 | PhillyBurbs.com (Pennsylvania)

Six-year-old Zachary Patterson's family is working to raise money for research and awareness of eosinophilic disorder, or EGID, an uncommon disease in which production of too many white blood cells can lead to inflammation of the digestive tract. Zachary is being treated by a physician at Children's Hospital Medical Center of Cincinnati and -- though he still is mainly fed through a tube in his stomach -- he is trying out one food at a time to determine what he can tolerate.

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