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WALK for ALS

Join a powerful community of Canadians united to change ALS by participating in one of our fun, family-friendly events across Canada. Read More

News

A second ALS treatment, edaravone, has been newly approved in the United States

The United States Food and Drug Administration recently approved edaravone (also referred to as Radicava and Radicut) for the treatment of ALS. Read More

Press Release

Imagine Canada Accreditation

ALS Canada is proud to share that it has been accredited by Imagine Canada’s national standards program. Read More

Research

Canada joins Project MinE

Genetic study to answer questions about why some people develop ALS while others do not, in order to better target the disease. Read More

On the blog

Paying it forward to benefit people with ALS in the future

Deirdre O’Connor and her husband, Floyd, became ALS Canada donors 15 years ago. At the time, they had no personal connection to the cause, but... Read More

Honouring Mom this Mother’s Day, and always

For many families, Mother’s Day is a time of celebration and joy. For others, it can be a time of sadness and reflection when there... Read More

A second ALS treatment, edaravone, has been newly approved in the United States

Highlights: The United States Food and Drug Administration recently approved edaravone (also referred to as Radicava and Radicut) for the treatment of ALS. It’s only... Read More

@ALSCanada

Last week the US FDA approved a new treatment. Background information is on our blog:

 

Late breaking news from the US: a new ALS treatment option approved by the FDA. We are learning more about what this means for Canadians… https://twitter.com/ALSMNDAlliance/status/860617640393551872

100+ Canadian ALS researchers attending ALS Canada Research Forum to collaborate and work toward making