Latitude Food Allergy Care and UCSF Health Form Strategic Alliance
Press Release  — July 24, 2019

The alliance will bring the Latitude clinical team into the UBCP network, enabling the clinic to accept insurance on an in-network basis with the major insurance carriers accepted by UCSF Health.

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Local Mom Uses Experience to Help Open Specialty Food Allergy Clinic, Los Altos Town Crier
by Melissa Hartman
Press — March 13, 2019

“Taback and her clinic co-founders hope to give parents what they wish they had when they were learning about their own children’s serious food allergies: reassurance that they can handle all of the situations thrown their way.”

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Gentry Health Article January 2019

Working to Take the Fear Out of Food, Gentry Magazine
Written by Robin Hindery, Photos by Jack Hutcheson
Press — January 2019

“First, she battled her daughter’s horrific food allergies. Now, Kim Yates is fighting on behalf of other affected families, creating a new model of the allergy clinic, one that serves a rare delicacy: immediate action.”

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Q and A with Dr. Maskatia

FATT Chat with Dr. Rani Maskatia about OIT — Chew the FATT
by Stacey J.C. Sturner
Q&A — December 18, 2018

Board certified allergist, Dr. Rani Maskatia had the privilege of joining the active Facebook group, Food Allergy Treatment Talk, for a semi-live Q&A on oral immunotherapy (OIT).

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The Allergy Buster, The New York Times Magazine
by Melanie Thernstrom
Press — March 10, 2013

For nine years, the greatest challenge Kimberley Yates Grosso faced each day was keeping her daughter Tessa safe. Tessa was so severely allergic to milk, wheat, eggs, nuts, shellfish and assorted other foods that as a toddler she went into anaphylactic shock when milk fell on her skin. Tessa was ultimately the first patient to be successfully treated for multiple allergens simultaneously with Oral Immunotherapy in a ground-breaking clinical trial at Stanford University. Her success, along with so many others, has helped show the world how life-altering these treatments can be.

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Girl with severe allergies: A crumb could kill me, The Today Show 
Press — March 13, 2013

For 10-year-old Tessa Grosso, walking around a school cafeteria was like walking through a minefield filled with spilled milk, crumbs of wheat and other foods that were life-threatening to her. Tessa and her family, including mom Kimberley Yates Grosso, talk about living with severe food allergies and how she’s doing after an experimental new treatment from Stanford University.

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Food Allergy News from Latitude
Newsletter — February 2019

Includes Dr. Rani Maskatia’s perspective on food allergy science in practice, updates in research, a welcome for Nurse Practitioner Allison Anderson and Nurse Liz Caulfield, and a patient voice from a mother and physician.

Read the March 2019 Latitude Newsletter

Food Allergy News from Latitude
Newsletter — December 2018

Latitude CEO and Founder, Kimberley Yates was honored for her work in the food allergy community by FARE. Happier, healthier and more relaxed holidays can be a reality for food allergy families. Updates include research highlights, spotlight on Dr. Rani Maskatia and a patient experience.

Read the December 2018 Latitude Newsletter

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