Dr. Katz Sand's recent and current research studies include a clinical trial of dietary interventions for MS and exploring the role of the gut microbiome in MS. Dr. Katz Sand is also a member of the National MS Society's Wellness Research Work Group where, over the past year, she's led the work of the Nutrition Wellness Subgroup.
We're also looking at how a recent announcement about a new MS vaccine caught fire on social media. And we'll tell you what that news was really all about!
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Study shows social support is linked to mental health, quality of life, and motor function in people with MS 11:29
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