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La Presse - The IRCM Foundation's Golf Tournament was held on May 28 at the Islemere Golf Club and raised over $189,000.
La Croix - Eric Racine looks back at the media coverage of Terri Schiavo's story.
La Presse - The IRCM Challenge, a fundraising activity organized by the IRCM Foundation, raised $160,000 to support the Institute's students through scholarships.
Faculté de médecine de l'UdeM - Javier Di Noia and Eric Racine are two of the four distinguished research scholar selected by the Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé in its most recent grant and scholarship competition.
L'Actualité - Frédéric Charron and his team have recently shed light on a system that tells our neurons how to build the delicate circuits of our nervous system.
Medical Xpress - Frédéric Charron and his team have recently shed light on a system that tells our neurons how to build the delicate circuits of our nervous system.
Actualités UQAM - The IRCM is among the players in the rare diseases field who reiterate the importance of a Quebec strategy.
QUB Radio (Dutrizac de 6 à 9) - At least 587 cases of Candida auris, a drug-resistant fungal infection, have been confirmed in recent years in the United States, but the number of cases is increasing worldwide.
La Voix de L'Est - Some Canadians with type 1 diabetes can now more accurately control their blood sugar levels by using a pump that automatically adjusts their insulin dosage in real time.
UdeM Nouvelles - Suffering from a rare disease requires a rigorous medical follow-up in pediatrics. But what happens to the patient when he or she reaches adulthood?
La Presse - Researchers were working on a way to reduce glucagon secretion, which is suspected to be a cause of diabetes. But Jennifer Estall has just discovered that glucagon could prevent diabetes.
Radio-Canada - The glucagon hormone does not interfere with insulin's work in controlling diabetes as previously thought; it may even have a protective effect against the disease.
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