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By GlobalData
This report is an essential source of information and analysis on the global Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Therapeutics market.

By RnR Market Research
The report is an essential source of information and analysis on the global Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Therapeutics market.

By AMS Vans, Inc.
AMS Vans announced that their pre-owned inventory manager, Dallas Crum, will be participating in the 5th Annual ALS Run for Life 5K, a non-profit event to benefit research for Lou Gehrig's Disease at the Emory ALS Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

By AristoMedia
Herndon’s “Journey On” tapped as signature song and video for Kevin Turner Foundation and ALS awareness campaign; now available at CMT.com and at iTunes Dec. 13

By Bobbi Greenberg
Elizabeth Berry's paintings used on cards to promote awareness of ALS.

By Bobbi Greenberg
Web site by ALS Society of Canada aims to help children with a parent living with ALS. The site includes activities, games and additional resources to help children learn and cope.

By Bobbi Greenberg
The ALS Society of Canada's public service annoucement, "Head and Shoulders", wins design and advertising magazine's award.

By ALS Society of Ontario
Joan Bradnam lost her sister to ALS three years ago. She's since become a fixture in the Niagara ALS community, where she is a support services volunteer. Joan also fundraises and will be taking part in the Niagara Falls WALK for ALS on June 20.

By Bobbi Greenberg
The ALS Society of Canada's online auction will fund research and support services for those living with the fatal neurodegenerative disease. Bid at auctionforals.ca.

By Bobbi Greenberg
June is ALS Awareness Month in Canada. Various events to be held across Canada to promote awareness of the disease and encourage financial support for research.

By ALS Society of Ontario
This is the 9th year the WALK for ALS is being held in Canada. Toronto's John Pollock, who lost his wife, Mary, to ALS, introduced the walk to Canada. The Pollock family has watched the walk grow into the biggest annual fundraiser for ALS.

By ALS Society of Ontario
The Mississauga WALK for ALS takes place June 13 at J.C. Saddington Park. The walk raises funds for equipment, support services and research into a cure. Thousands take part across Ontario, including the Song-Yee family, which copes daily with ALS.

By ALS Society of Ontario
The Toronto WALK for ALS takes place June 6 at Wilket Creek Park. The walk raises funds for equipment, support services and research into a cure. Thousands take part across Ontario, including the Baldi family of Scarborough.

By ALS Society of Ontario
The Hamilton WALK for ALS takes place June 6 at Bayfront Park. The walk raises funds for equipment, support services and research into a cure. Thousands take part across Ontario, including the Culley family, who are now dealing with ALS.

By ALS Society of Ontario
The Alliston WALK for ALS happens June 6 at the Alliston Christian Reformed Church. Money raised funds equipment, support services and research into a cure. Thousands take part across Ontario, including the Miedemas, who have been hit hard by ALS.

By ALS Society of Ontario
The Toronto WALK for ALS takes place June 6 at Wilket Creek Park. The walk raises funds for equipment, support services and research into a cure. Thousands take part across Ontario, including Jesse Gladman, who lost his father Jerry to the disease.

By Bobbi Greenberg
Michael Gardner brings his expertise to the ALS Society of Canada to increase awareness of the disease, support its provincial partners in providing assistance to people living with ALS, and fund research towards a cure for this disease.

By Bobbi Greenberg
Denise Figlewicz, PhD, was promoted to Vice President Research at the ALS Society of Canada on May 11, 2009. She leads the development and implementation of a national ALS research strategy focusing on understanding the cause and cure for ALS.

By Bobbi Greenberg
Alec Walker Smith, 14, is organizing a dance-a-thon for ALS at his school to help his father fight the fatal disease. The Hodgson Senior Public School Dance-A-Thon takes place on May 15.

By Bobbi Greenberg
The Williams Moving and Logistics team of Coquitlam, BC, received the ALS Society of Canada Sidney Valo Exceptional Fundraising Award in recognition of the team’s volunteer contributions to the ALS community of Canada.

By Bobbi Greenberg
Ben Wendland of Richmond, BC, received the ALS Society of Canada Honorary Life Member Award in recognition of his extraordinary volunteer contribution to the ALS community in Canada.

By Bobbi Greenberg
Lori Weir of Saint John, NB, received the ALS Society of Canada William Fraser Leadership Development Award in recognition of outstanding leadership as a volunteer.

By Bobbi Greenberg
Ray Turner of North York, ON, received the ALS Society of Canada Myra Rosenfeld Volunteer Award in recognition of his contribution to the advancement of the mission and goals of the ALS Society of Canada.

By Bobbi Greenberg
Lindsay Robertson of Oakville, ON, received the ALS Society of Canada Mary Pollock WALK for ALS Award in recognition of her efforts to develop the WALK to its full potential.

By Bobbi Greenberg
Don Moors of Ottawa, Ontario, received the Brett Yerex Exceptional Advocacy Award in recognition of his initiatives in 2008 to change public policy for the benefit of people affected by ALS.

By Bobbi Greenberg
Ron Martens of Abbotsford, BC, received the Exceptional Public Awareness Program Award in recognition of his efforts to raise public awareness of ALS.

By Bobbi Greenberg
LOWE ROCHE, ALS Society of Canada’s new pro bono advertising agency, received the Exceptional Public Awareness Program Award in the media category in recognition of their exceptional effort to educate the public and increase awareness of ALS.

By Bobbi Greenberg
Kathleen Kirk of Winnipeg, MB, received the ALS Society of Canada Honorary Life Member Award in recognition for her extraordinary volunteer contribution to the ALS community in Canada.

By Bobbi Greenberg
Calgary resident Hank Geerlof received the ALS Society of Canada Sidney Valo Exceptional Fundraising Award (Individual) in recognition of excellence in fundraising.

By Bobbi Greenberg
Dr. Andrew Eisen of Vancouver, BC, received the ALS Society of Canada Honorary Life Member Award in recognition of his extraordinary volunteer contribution to the ALS community in Canada.

By Bobbi Greenberg
Joan Bradnam of Burlington, ON, received the ALS Society of Canada Marcel Bertrand Exceptional Support Services Program Award in the individual category in recognition of her volunteer contributions to the ALS community of Canada.

By Bobbi Greenberg, ALS Society of Canada
Two seemingly disparate strands – a runaway blockbuster and a clinical trial of a promising new therapeutic approach to a fatal neuromuscular disease – are being woven together in a new initiative by the ALS Society of Canada.



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