an while i am at it, i wanted to share with you some of the passion for ccsvithat montel williams showed to me. He is a mighty advocate and a generous person.
Cece wrote:Dr. Sclafani talked about his impression after meeting Montel:
http://www.thisisms.com/ftopicp-171178.html#171178an while i am at it, i wanted to share with you some of the passion for ccsvithat montel williams showed to me. He is a mighty advocate and a generous person.
I even remember looking at the back of the room because other people were looking at the back of the room! I just didn't see him. "People see what they are prepared to see"?
The Montel Williams MS Foundation was established to further the scientific study of MS in October 2000. The goals of The Montel Williams MS Foundation are to provide financial assistance to select organizations and institutions conducting the most current research, to raise national awareness about MS, and to educate the public.
Since its inception, the Foundation, with Montel Williams lending his time and talents to numerous fund-raising initiatives, has distributed more than $1.5 million to research entities that are studying MS.
Currently, 100% of the public’s donations go directly to funding research to find a cure for MS. We are committed to keeping administrative costs as low as possible to remain true to this mission.
The research centers the Foundation has made grants to are: Johns Hopkins, Yale, University of California at Irvine, University of California at San Francisco, Kennedy Krieger, Northwestern University, University of Rochester, Harvard’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Accelerated Cure Project, Research Foundation of SUNY, the Nancy Davis Center Without Walls in the United States, and Karolinska Institute and Uppsala University in Sweden. Grantees for 2008 include Accelerated Cure Project, Johns Hopkins and SUNY universities and Karolinksa Institute, which are also previous grantees, as indicated. New awardees are Epivax, the foundation’s first biotech company, University of Medicine & Dentistry NJ—New Jersey Medical School and the University of Virginia.
To donate to the Foundation, please make checks payable to The Montel Williams MS Foundation, 331 West 57 Street, PMB #420, New York, NY 10019. To make your donation online, click here.
Cece wrote:Montel was on Fox discussing the troops and, at 2:20 to 3:30, he had some things to say about CCSVI.
Selmahope wrote:Was there any public update on the outcome of the wisconsin project? I'm assuming it did not help if he went for CCSVI? or is he doing this in addition?
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