An Invitation to EmpowermentMichelle Richard-President - Scleroderma Society of Canada

Scleroderma is a hard disease. It’s hard for researchers to understand and for healthcare professionals to treat. It’s hard on caregivers and families. It’s especially hard on the people living with the disease. As hard as it is, it can be easier. Making it easier starts by becoming personally engaged, educated and empowered. A great place to do that is the National Scleroderma Conference.

Our goal for the 17th annual Scleroderma National Conference is to empower patients and caregivers to take control of your Optimal Health and Well Being.

The 2016 National Scleroderma Conference offers the chance to engage the way you want to, the way that helps you most and in ways that allow you to contribute to the scleroderma community. You can absorb the newest information, learn from the experience of others, and gain insight from researchers, physicians and professional caregivers. This is a great opportunity to be part of Canada’s supportive scleroderma community.

I hope you can be part of the big plans we have for the 2016 National Scleroderma Conference.

See you in September,

Michelle Richard
Scleroderma Canada

An Invitation to the Annual National bilingual Scleroderma ConferenceGaétan Baril-president sclérodermie quebec

On September 16 and 17, 2016 will be held the National Scleroderma Bilingual Conference at the Bonaventure Hotel located in downtown Montreal, known for its many attractions and its European charm.

Scleroderma Quebec is pleased to present, in collaboration with the Scleroderma Society of Canada, this great gathering of patients, families and researchers who share an interest in the understanding and treatment of Scleroderma, a severe disfiguring autoimmune disease of unknown cause.

We are looking forward to meet you there.

Gaétan Baril
Sclérodermie Québec

2016 Scleroderma National Conference Host Organization


Sclérodermie Quebec

Sclérodermie Quebec has a multi-faceted mission and the ultimate objective to defeat the disease. Working on several fronts, the organization has made its mission to help scleroderma patients by providing medical or moral support; raise funds for scleroderma research; and develop information tools for the general public and stakeholders in the medical community.