Conversations with Roy L. Swank

A Tribute to Roy Swank, MD: Founder of the Low-fat Dietary Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis

The Swank MS Foundation has given me permission to share their professional video, "Conversations with Roy L. Swank," with you. Please take the time to get to know one of the true medical geniuses of the twentieth century.
Conversations with Roy L. Swank

Conversations with Roy L. Swank

Conversations with Roy L. Swank, MD a Video Interview Recorded 2001

Results of the Diet & Multiple Sclerosis Study

Our Diet & Multiple Sclerosis Study showed immediate and permanent positive changes in feelings of "well being" of patients with MS.
Roy Swank, MD

Roy Swank, MD (taped interview)

In this taped interview from 1995, Dr. Roy Swank, 86, discusses his groundbreaking work in the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) through a low-fat diet. Dr. Swank’s early research was driven by the discovery that during WWII, MS suffers in Denmark and Switzerland actually got bette
Dr. Roy Swank, MD

McDougall Interview with Dr. Roy Swank, MD

Dr. Roy Swank, MD is the founder of the Low Fat Diet treatment for multiple sclerosis. Dr. Swank served as the head of the Division of Neurology of the University of Oregon Medical School (Oregon Health & Science University) for 22 years, and has published many papers in the most

Roy Swank, MD: Multiple Sclerosis Pioneer (1990)

Roy Swank, MD: Multiple Sclerosis Pioneer - Plus a Conversation with Dr. McDougall (Recorded November, 1990) (Video)

Roy Swank, MD: Multiple Sclerosis Cure (1989)

Roy Swank, MD: Multiple Sclerosis Cure (the 5th Estate TV Show, Recorded 1989) (Video)

Multiple Sclerosis: The Cause

How could something as simple as what we eat be involved with such a mysterious disease as multiple sclerosis? Most professionals are expecting that the answer will be found, someday, by some "high tech," high profit, research in viral or immunological investigations.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) & Diet

The low-fat diet treatment for Multiple Sclerosis was developed by Roy Swank, MD, former head of the department of Neurology at the Oregon Health & Science University. He has treated more than 5,000 people over the past 50 years and the results are remarkable.