JK Rowling donates USD 138 Billion for the Clinic
Author JK Rowling has donated money for 10 million pounds to establish a treatment and research clinic patients ‘multiple sclerosis’, a disease that attacks the brain and has taken the lives of his mother.
Author’s of Harry Potter is hoping the clinic will be a center of research experts in the field of regenerative neurology. He said “Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic” will be located at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
“I just turned that into-45, the age when my mother, Anne, died of complications from multiple sclerosis disease,” said Rowling. “I know she wants her name to this clinic than the name of a park or sculpture, this donation on behalf of her, form my thanks to her,” said Rowling.
The university said the gift from Rowling is the largest donation ever received by an individual. “This donation means so much to study disease multiple sclerosis,” said Timothy O’Shea, head of the University of Edinburgh.
Rowling is a long time resident in the capital of Scotland. Rowling’s mother died at age 45 in 1990, before Rowling became famous through his novel Harry Potter.