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Because of a birth defect, Destiny was born without a bowel. Her life was changed by a rare intestinal transplant. Watch her story.
Our IBD Center combines empathetic care and innovative treatment so kids can get back to doing what they love.
Having a psychologist on the team helps 8-year-old Ethan live with IBD.
Exclusive enteral nutrition provides a path to remission without steroids.
Dr. Lusine Ambartsumyan uses manometry studies to diagnose a wide variety of motility disorders.
Seattle Children’s is the first hospital in the nation to test the effectiveness of fecal transplants for Crohn’s disease.
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