We participated in the "Strengthening integration in clinical research" Session

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The session was carried out today at the Universidad de Belgrano, organized by CAOIC, which is a non-profit organization that gathers and represents national and international Clinical Research Organizations (CROs) by contract. Its aim is to contribute to the development of Clinical Research in Argentina, both from the legal framework and professional training aspects, seeking the generation of a collaborative space with every actor of sewg .

The Association was declared of Municipal Interest in Gualeguay, Entre Rios

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The Executive Order No. 1237/15 declared the Project to join the Asociacion ELA Argentina of municipal interest. The project was presented by Fabricio Cantoni, Head of our chapter in Gualeguay, Province of Entre Rios, and it involves collaborating and helping people living with ALS in that Province, with the support of the City Government in events that will be organized in the future. The Declaration certificate holds the signature of the President Mariano Iturbe and the City’s Secretary of Tourism, Culture and Sports.

Inner experience and management of reality when facing ALS

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A new meeting for relatives of people living with ALS, coordinated by B.A. Paula Dabbah to share perspectives of oneself and others. Words, thoughts, facts and actions. An attitude towards a complete reality facing ALS, learning to bring greatness to small things, to take irrelevant matters with seriousness, and to relate everyday life with eternity.

Writer Daniel Panarace presented his new book ‘Snapshots’ to support Asociacion ELA Argentina

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The event took place at the Auditorium of Radio Olavarria with considerable attendance. His wife, children, grandchildren, friends and other writers also acompanied Panarace, one of the directors of Radio LU 32. Paula Bottino and Luis Occhi hosted the spot “La Biblioteca”, as they do every Wednesday. The proceeds of the new book were completely donated to Asociacion ELA Argentina, which thanked for having received AR$ 3,100. Daniel Panarace talked about his work, his passion for writing, and mainly for poetry. “I give my soul…,” he said.