Three-year-old Hannah Terradez was on the verge of death, and her parents were in despair. Diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disorder called eosinophilic enteropathy, her body stopped accepting food of any kind. As a last resort, a
feeding tube was surgically implanted, feeding pure formula into her stomach. It worked briefly, but then her body began
rejecting it. Soon, without a miracle, she would starve to death.