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Diagnosed with food allergies at 16 months of age, Ella Basham had no problems until third grade. Then, suddenly, anxiety about food allergies caused her to have panic attacks. She came to our pediatric team for help to learn how to manage that anxiety and live better with her allergies. Read Ella’s story.
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