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Bloom - Eric Racine and his collaborators publish an article suggesting five qualities clinicians need to keep top of mind when working with parents of a newborn with brain injury.
CTV News - A group of researchers, including Eric Racine, develops a guide to help doctors inform new parents about brain damage.
L'Union - Marie Kmita's team makes the cover of Nature.
ICI Radio-Canada - Quebec contributes $3M over five years to the IRCM to support research on rare and genetic diseases.
La Presse - The IRCM receives $3M in funding from Quebec to develop a biomarker pipeline and a research centre on rare and genetic diseases in adults.
Huffpost Tech - Marie Kmita and Yacine Kherdjemil explain why we have five-fingered hands
Le Plateau - Marie Kmita’s group explains why humans have five fingers per hand
La Presse - In the prestigious journal Nature, Marie Kmita explains why our hands have five fingers, not three or seven
La Presse - Chantal Blais talks about the necessity of consulting independent scientific experts when revising Health Canada's new Food Guide.
TVA Nouvelles - An international research team to which Benoit Coulombe collaborated successfully identified a third gene associated with leukodystrophy.
Cité Nouvelles Ouest-de-l'Île - Marie Trudel emphasizes the importance of research on polycystic kidney disease, a rare disease.
ICI Première (Les années lumière) - Robert Dufour explains why only 10% of Québec patients with familial hypercholesterolemia will be able to receive PCSK9 inhibitors.
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