What’s Missing from Medicine?
Virtual Lecture To Cover Gaps In Health Care and Planned Remedies
|Saray Stancic, MD|
On Wednesday, September 29, from 7 until 8 p.m., Plant-Based Nutrition Support Group (PBNSG) will host the virtual lecture "What's Missing From Medicine?" Saray Stancic, MD, will cover gaps in health care along with her plan to remedy them. She is triple board certified in internal medicine, infectious diseases and lifestyle medicine and holds the position of chief of infectious diseases at the Hudson Valley VA Health Care System in New York.
Dr. Stancic released her first book earlier this year, entitled, What’s Missing from Medicine; Six Lifestyle Changes to Overcome Chronic Illness. She seeks to spread the power of preventive medicine on a global scale and bring needed change to how we train physicians.”
PBNSG is a nonprofit organization dedicated to evidence-based education and advocacy of plant-based, whole-food nutrition, and an active lifestyle, to help individuals prevent or reverse chronic disease and achieve optimal health. As of 2021, all support group meetings and lectures by plant-based lifestyle advocates are online.
The cost to register is $25, and nonmembers are welcome to participate. For more information, to register or to learn about other PBNSG events, visit PBNSG.org.