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Nicolas Duvernois, father and entrepreneur

This is where my path in life actually started. I was born here. My children were born here. I’ve never strayed too far from Sainte-Justine.

CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

In April 2020, we launched a heartfelt appeal to thousands of donors, asking them to step up for Sainte-Justine. More than 50,000 people did just that. And for this we are incredibly grateful.

Andrée-Anne et Aniko, Sainte-Justine's parents

In these crazy times, we are proud to be front-line donors and to count on the support of our community. Because Sainte-Justine patients and researchers need it. We are privileged witnesses to this.

CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

For Father’s Day, Madeleine would like you to express your love and appreciation for your own dad with a donation to Sainte-Justine.

Laurence Habel, CHU Sainte-Justine patient

COVID-19 forced us to confinement to protect ourselves and to protect the others. For me, confinement has been a part of my life since I was a child. And for my health, it will remain so for as long as I am not protected.

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Jonathan Roberge, father

Today, I’d like to pay tribute to that little insurance policy we all know as Sainte-Justine and its Research Centre. I want parents who end up in a situation like ours to know that research is a powerful source of hope – something that can ease their pain and even bring their child back from the brink.

CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

What if the plasma taken from patients who have recovered from COVID-19 could be used to transfer the necessary antibodies to someone currently battling the virus? That’s the question Dr. Philippe Bégin, a clinician-researcher at Sainte-Justine, asked a few months ago. It became the impetus to carry out a clinical trial jointly with such partners as the Jewish General Hospital, CHUM, McMaster University and the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Héma-Québec and Canadian Blood Services.



CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

Mateo says he is #scarredforlife. As dramatic as his story is to read, he’s the one who will have to carry it with him for the rest of his life. But he won’t let that stop him. Not by a long shot.