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Research

2017 ALS Canada Virtual Research Forum

A free, two-day, webinar featuring world-class researchers in the field of ALS Read More

Event

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

News

ALS Canada joins international ALS research collaboration 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

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MPs give ALS a voice in Parliament

In 2016, a group of parliamentarians and senators from all major political parties united to bring awareness to the challenges facing Canadians living with ALS.... Read More

ALS Canada Research Update

ALS research is at a significant tipping point, and we can now envision a future where ALS becomes a treatable condition. This was one of... Read More

Caring for a loved one with ALS brings poignant new perspectives

A week before the annual WALK for ALS in his community, Susan Peacock’s husband, Jeff, spent a few hours on his computer composing a message... Read More

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Missed our Research Update webinar? Check out our blog that summarizes Dr. David Taylor’s presentation:

There’s still time to register for our ALS Clinical Trials Webinar! Join us Thursday, June 29 noon ET. To register: