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Woman who adopted plant-based diet, saw MS symptoms fade will speak at nutrition conference


Woman who adopted plant-based diet, saw MS symptoms fade will speak at nutrition conference
Press Herald

An internist who changed her career and turned around her health after discovering the peer-reviewed power of a plant-based diet, Dr. Saray Stancic comes to Maine next month to deliver the keynote address at the annual Maine Nutrition Council conference.

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