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EVENTS

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The ALS Society of Quebec is pleased to host a bilingual presentation on current ALS Research, followed by a Q&A.

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This virtual support group provides a place to exchange, to promote a better understanding of the disease and its different stages, inspired by each person’s unique context and reality.

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Join the ALS Quebec team on Saturday, June 19th, 2021, for our Virtual Walk to End ALS.

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Take part in this motorcycle ride for ALS. This fundraising event is organized by Shella Hubert and the Hilarious Riders family.

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The first part of this presentation, provided by Anita Mehta, addresses ALS and the long-term implications (including death). In addition, it addresses the concepts and philosophy central to Palliative Care and some common misconceptions. The application and implications of Palliative Care to ALS population is discussed. Finally, family caregiver implications

Me Hélène Guay dirige un cabinet juridique de litige et représente des victimes d’erreurs médicales ou leurs familles, et des personnes qui font l’objet de demandes ayant trait à leur capacité ou à leur intégrité. Elle intercède en faveur du respect des droits des personnes devant les instances administratives (plaintes

We are pleased to present this bilingual presentation on current ALS Research, held on February 24th, 2021. A Q&A follows the conference.
Speakers:
1. Dr.  Richard Robitaille, PhD, Full Professor, Neurosciences Department, Université de Montréal
2. Dr. Angela Genge, Neurologist and Director of the ALS Clinic and the Clinical Research

The Canadian ALS Research Network (CALS) offers you an explanatory document in which you will find the answers to the following questions:

Is the vaccine safe?
Should people living with ALS be considered a vulnerable population?
Should I receive the vaccine?
When and where can I get the vaccine?