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New study co-authored by our Dr. Lily Hechtman shows that persistence of ADHD into adulthood is an important predictor of car crash risk

A new study co-authored by our Dr. Lily Hechtman, child and adolescent psychiatrist at the Montreal Children’s Hospital, sheds new light on the importance of continued treatment for ADHD long after childhood and adolescence if symptoms persist.

Patient stories

I get so emotional thinking about it, but if it weren’t for the doctors, nurses and everyone who took care of us, he may not have made it,” says Robyn Schwartz about her third and youngest son Maxwell who is now 15 months old. At 20 weeks into her pregnancy, Robyn underwent a routine ultrasound that revealed her baby had a cystic malformation of the lung. +