The Neuro provides high-quality clinical care to make sure every patient has the best experience when they come here. Here are their stories.

Aprilia and Siena's lemonade stand for ALS

8 Sep 2023

Children’s initiative raises $8,600 for research into neurodegenerative disease.

Living with Rare Disease – Ingrid’s story

28 Feb 2023

Ingrid Kovitch shares her experience living with a rare disease and how she is contributing to the future of research.

A conversation with WHO Caregiver Skills Training Program Master Trainers

16 Nov 2022

Marla Cable and Rebecca Fenton share what motivates them to empower Canadian caregivers and service providers to better support children with neurodevelopmental conditions

Living a full life with multiple sclerosis

11 May 2022

An avid skier, Pierre Lachance doesn’t let multiple sclerosis stop him from hitting the slopes higher, faster and harder.

A victory over epilepsy

24 Mar 2022

Thanks to The Neuro’s treatment and care, Benjamin Piette now lives a life free of epilepsy symptoms.

Stroke: not on women’s radars

9 Mar 2022

Lack of information can mean women don’t recognize a serious health event when it happens.

Three generations of thanks

22 Sep 2021

My mother, Freda Clavier Edelson, used to tell me about one of her first memories as a very little girl....

Paddling past Parkinson’s

29 Apr 2021

Patrick Sullivan keeps active and motivated in the face of disease

Parkinson’s Month Q&A

28 Apr 2021

Manon Day and Anne McIsaac spoke to us about Parkinson's disease, their experience and what awareness means for them.


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The Neuro (Montreal Neurological Institute-Hospital) is a bilingual academic healthcare institution. We are a McGill research and teaching institute; delivering high-quality patient care, as part of the Neuroscience Mission of the McGill University Health Centre. We are proud to be a Killam Institution, supported by the Killam Trusts.



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