J.K. Rowling donates £15 million to Scots MS clinic named after her mum | Eurasia Diary - ednews.net

18 September, Wednesday


J.K. Rowling donates £15 million to Scots MS clinic named after her mum

Harry Potter author hopes the funding will create a legacy of better outcomes for generations of people with MS.

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Harry Potter author JK Rowling has donated more than £15 million to multiple sclerosis research at the Scots clinic named after her mum, Daily Record reports.

The investment will help create new facilities and support vital research at Edinburgh University’s Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic.

The Clinic was set up following a previous donation from Rowling in 2010 and is named in memory of her mother who died of MS at just 45.

It has established itself as an integrated care and research facility focusing on MS and neurological conditions with the aim of bringing more clinical studies and trials to patients.

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