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Research

ALS Canada Invests Almost $1.4 Million Towards Innovative ALS Research Projects In Pursuit of a Future Without ALS

Donor support enables ALS researchers across Canada to accelerate the impact of research discoveries. Read More

News

October Research Update

October 30, 2019

Learn about progress in clinical trials & how they’re conducted, further understanding the microbiome & protein clumping in ALS, and identifying the ways different genes may contribute to the disease. Read More

Event

Community advocacy webinar for Radicava (edaravone)

November 12, 2019 at 5PM ET

Equitable, timely and affordable access to proven ALS therapies should not be a luxury. Join us online to learn more about how you can support this priority by advocating for edaravone within your local community. Read More

News

Access to Therapies: Radicava (edaravone) Update

October 22, 2019

Edaravone will become commercially available in Canada starting Nov. 5. To understand what this means for you, connect with your ALS clinician and visit our blog. Read More

On the blog

ALS Research Update | August 2019

What’s happening in the world of ALS research at this point in the year? Read about the progress researchers have made in developing new and... Read More

Mother and son hold on to precious time left together

Five years ago, when the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge went viral in 2014, Mario knew very little about ALS, and had no idea how it... Read More

From ice bucket to bucket list: how Margot is coping with ALS

Margot Algie heard about the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in 2014 through friends and had no idea that only one year later, she would be... Read More

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