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.
In 2019, Montelms joined force with HMHB organization to continue the vision of furthering the scientific study of multiple sclerosis and medical marijuana and hemp (including CBD) in the U.S.
There’s a wide body of research (including clinical trials that have been approved by the FDA) that indicates marijuana is medically beneficial for patients suffering from AIDS, cancer, chronic pain, and MS. In some instances, marijuana allows patients who have an incurable illness to function better — or even function at all. In other instances, marijuana enables a patient to survive treatment, such as chemotherapy for cancer, such that they ultimately end up living the life of a normal, healthy person again.
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