Disclaimers/Terms of Use

updated 08/18/2018

  • This website does not claim to offer medical advice or recommendations. You should seek a qualified medical professional for such information.

  • Nurse practitioners at the National Allergy Center practice under the rules and regulations California Board of Nursing.  Please ask a staff member if you have questions about this.  

  • The services offered at this clinic are not affiliated with Stanford Hospitals and Clinics, LPCH, Stanford University or any other private practices.   

  • OIT is being performed as clinical care not under a research protocol.  No clinical research trials are being conducted at this practice.

  • Xolair is made by Genentech, Inc. and is FDA approved for asthma and idiopathic urticaria.  Although not FDA approved, it has been shown to be used safely in combination with OIT for food allergy therapy.


  • If you or your child is having an allergic reaction follow your food allergy action plan's instructions.  Use epinephrine and call 911 if appropriate. If you do not have a food allergy action plan and are having a medical emergency dial 911 and proceed safely to the nearest emergency room.

  • Filling out the contact info and/or anything included in the message/form section of this website does not create a clinician-patient relationship. 

  • Any information you provide via the message section is not encrypted or guaranteed to be kept confidential

  • In the state of California nurse practitioners can assess and diagnose diseases, order and interpret patient lab tests, implement treatment plans, prescribe medication, and evaluate outcomes.

  • Pursuant to California law, all nurse practitioners at the National Allergy Center have adopted, consistent with The California Board of Registered Nursing for Nurse Practitioners, written standard practices and procedures jointly developed and approved by the Nurse Practitioner employed at the National Allergy Center and Supervising Physician(s) . These written standards and practices allow nurse practitioners at the National Allergy Center to perform procedures and services including assessing and diagnosing diseases, ordering and interpreting patient lab tests, implementing treatment plans, prescribing medication, and evaluating outcomes, all without being in the physical presence of a physician. (http://www.rn.ca.gov/pdfs/regulations/npr-b-20.pdf)