28 Oct Dr. Saray Stancic, MD
Healthy and Happy, to Living in Misery with Multiple Sclerosis, to Healthy And Happy Again! …
Dr. Saray Stancic – Health / Prevent & Reverse Multiple Sclerosis –
Dr. Saray Stancic was busy working in a hospital when she suddenly lost feeling in her legs. It was then, in her late 20’s that she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Even with medication, her health deteriorated for years to the point she was often using a cane or crutches.
One day she came across an article that explained how diet may improve MS. Today, drug free, healthy and happy, she’s a mom who runs marathons!
From Dr. Stancic’s website:
Dr. Stancic is triple board certified in Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases, and Lifestyle Medicine.
She graduated from New Jersey Medical School in 1993 and after completing her fellowship, accepted the position as Chief of Infectious Diseases at the Hudson Valley VA in New York. In later years, she served as Translational Medical Leader at Roche Pharmaceuticals where she led clinical trials in the field of viral hepatitis.
In 2012, she left her work in Infectious Diseases to fully dedicate her time to the field of Lifestyle Medicine. Dr. Stancic’s interest in Lifestyle Medicine is rooted in her personal story as a patient living with multiple sclerosis. She is the founder of one of the first Lifestyle Medicine practices in the country, and mentors the Lifestyle Medicine Interest Group at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School.
She seeks to spread the power of Lifestyle Medicine on a global scale, and bring needed change to how we train physicians.
She is Producer and co-creator of the documentary film; Code Blue, What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know Will SHOCK You, which made its global release on May 26th, 2020. Dr. Stancic is excited to be releasing her first book on October 20th, 2020 entitled What’s Missing from Medicine; Six Lifestyle Changes to Overcome Chronic Illness.
If you would like to learn more about preventing and reversing Multiple Sclerosis (and other disease!), visit DrStancic.com.
For more information on her movie, visit: CodeBlueDoc.com.