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Visit of the IRCI and the ARSACS project

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On June 11th, thanks to Manon Valiquette, Sonia Gobeil representing the Foundation had the pleasure of visiting the Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer (IRCI) in Montreal and discovering extraordinary people who are very passionate about their work. Their ARSACS project consists in optimizing active molecules aimed at producing a reversal of the ARSACS phenotype in an In Vivo …

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Working together to achieve our common goals

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The acronym “ARSACS” enters the life of Susanna de Luca and Paolo Arrigoni when their young child was diagnosed with ARSACS. Paolo joined the Board of Directors of the Ataxia Charlevoix-Saguenay Foundation in 2018 and, after having participated in the international symposium on ARSACS in Montreal, concluded that a point of reference and support was necessary in Europe, especially since …

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Dr. Brais at the 6th International Meeting on Spastic Paraparesis and Ataxia

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Dr. Brais will be presenting “New insights on ARSACS lead to a search for candidate compounds“ at the 6th International Meeting on Spastic Paraparesis and Ataxia on September 20-21 2019 in Nice, France. The program includes plenary talks from leaders in the field of spinocerebellar diseases (dominant and recessive forms of cerebellar ataxias and spastic paraplegias) Interesting, right? Share with …

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Dr. Synofzik’s ARSACS study to be published in the Journal of Neurology

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“Speech treatment improves dysarthria in multisystemic ataxia: a raterblinded, controlled pilot-study in ARSACS” research study done by Dr. Synofzik and his research team to be published in the Journal of Neurology. To learn more about the study, interested readers can contact Dr. Matthis Synofzik directly. See Abstract Interesting, right? Share with your friends & followers / Intéressant, non? Partagez avec …