Archive sponsor section Canadian Ataxia Conference:
Santhera is a Swiss specialty pharmaceuti- cal company focused on the development and commercialization of products for the treatment of neuromuscular and mitochondrial diseases , an area which includes many orphan and niche indications with no current therapy.
Santhera is currently recruiting patients for clinical studies in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, MELAS syndrome and Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis.
Santhera has a late-stage development pipeline in orphan indications. Catena® is Santhera's first product approved in Canada for treatment of Friedreich's Ataxia. The drug is also under review by the EMA for marketing authorization in Leber's Hereditary Optic Neuropathy.
You can visit Santera's website at http://www.santhera.com/ and also find more information on Catena, Santhera's first product approved in Canada for treatment of Friedreich's Ataxia, at http://www.catenainfo.ca/
Thank you Santhera for sponsoring the Canadian Ataxia Conference.
Sal Pacifico is the President of Pacifico Property Management Inc. and a graduate of the University of Western Ontario. Sal achieved a BEsc in Electrical Engineering at UWO and then went on to become an Electrical Project Engineer with 3M Canada for about a decade.
After his work with 3M, Sal then established Pacifico Property Management in 1991 and since has become one of London Ontario's leading entrepreneurs. Sal was nominated for Canadian Entrepreneur of the year and also decided at this point to create a community concert and night club called Club Phoenix London in 2002.
Club Phoenix London was a 1500 capacity venue and was open for 5 years. Club Phoenix London hosted some of the biggest names in entertainment such as the Black Eyed Peas, Collective Soul, April Wine, Busta Rhymes, Benny Benassi, George Clinton, and many others.
Sal decided to sponsor the Canadian Ataxia Conference by donating $4000 in stage equipment to CAFA for the Conference's concert called "Bruteman Live!". The equipment donated by Sal is a 4-foot diameter mirror ball and two steel go-go dancing cages. Everyone involved in the Canadian Ataxia Conference and CAFA is very grateful for Sal Pacifico's equipment donation. Thank you Sal!
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