Angela Genge

ALS care and research in a time of COVID-19

18 Jun 2020

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, ALS patient care and research carries on at The Neuro with drug trials, a redesigned clinic, and a new approach for patients to maintain quality of life through...

A brighter future for ALS patients

1 May 2020

The first drug to be given Health Canada approval for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in more than two decades is now covered by Quebec public health insurance, a major victory for ALS patients...

The Neuro to create world’s first ALS Phase 1 clinical trial unit

Published: 3Jul2017

The Tenaquip Foundation donation will allow for faster drug development, better care for ALS patients...

ALS – Fostering awareness of a devastating disease

Published: 2Jun2017

ALS takes away the patient’s motor functions one at a time, and the progress of finding effective drugs to counter its insidious effects has been slow. June is ALS Month, a good time to update the...

June is ALS Month

Published: 7Jun2018

A look at the latest ALS research and clinical care at The Neuro...

ALS Awareness Month – June

Published: 2Jun2015

As a major Canadian centre for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) research and treatment, the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital - The Neuro, invites the public and the media to learn...

ALS Awareness Month – June 2016

Published: 13Jun2016

The Neuro is recognized as a major Canadian center for ALS research and patient care. During June, designated ALS Month, The Neuro redoubles its efforts to inform the public and the media about...

HEADS UP On The Concussion Issue to raise awareness of head injury

Published: 11Jan2017

An all-star lineup of experts in the fields of sports and neurology will share a stage on Jan. 27 to discuss concussions, a serious injury that has only recently been getting the attention it...

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