Brian K. McWilliams Foundation

The Brian K. McWilliams Foundation has one more voice behind; this time the beautiful voice of  performing artist, Morgan Sadler.

Morgan Sadler is a local performing artist who’s music is hard to describe but who’s voice is hard to forget. She is a talented artist, with an incredible voice that appeals to broad audiences, which she shares through her own original songs. to learn more about Morgan and to hear her voice first hand.


The Brian K. McWilliams Foundation is hosting an event to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis and CCSVI Research later this month. However, Helen K. Cosburn, a spokesperson for The Foundation has added that all donations that come into the Foundation during the month of September will also go towards this incredible cause. 

Cosburn, an international healthcare consultant, brought the worth while cause to the Foundation, after working with global providers of CCSVI. As she learned more about the treatment and what it means to those who suffer with MS, she knew that she wanted to do all she could to help others gain accesss to this life changing treatment. The Foundation, whose tenents involve access to healthcare for all, has committed to help make a difference in two ways (1) by support 2 patients quest for CCSVI treatment now and (2) by support St. Joseph’s Healthcare’s research team to help ensure this treatment becomes available to all Canadians.

To learn more about what the foundation is doing and the event, TASTE TO LIBERATE, scheduled for Sept. 20th, please visit

 The Brian K. McWilliams Foundation is proud to announce our support for those affected by Multiple Sclerosis. The Foundation will be hosting a fundraiser in Toronto on September 20th, 2010 in support of ground breaking research for Multiple Sclerosis. Read the rest of this entry »

After Italian Researcher, Dr. Zamboni, made a ground breaking discovery about MS patients, MS and CCSVI have been the center of many medical and political discussions around the world. In Canada, political debate about CCSVI makes the news weekly, if not daily. Read more to learn about how MS and CCSVI are related.

Dr. Paolo Zamboni

In Northern Italy, Dr. Paolo Zamboni has developed an amazing theory that would turn the diagnosis and treatment of Multiple Sclerosis upside down. Dr. Zamboni was trained as a surgeon but a rare neurological disease left him unable to operate. But when his wife, began developing the symptoms of MS over a decade ago. He began a personal mission in hopes he could find help for his wife, for fear the disease would damage her ability to ability to ambulate, communicate, see, or worse.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) considered an auto immune disorder; where immune cells attack the nerves and brain. One of the hallmarks of the disease are the white spots that appear on brain scans; these are signs of active disease. But no one has ever conclusively proven what is the cause of MS.

MS, Iron Build-Up and CCSVI

For over a century scientists had found unusually high levels of iron in the brains of patients with MS. Most have assumed it was a by-product of the immune disorder, but Dr. Zamboni took a different approach. Drawing on a previously noted vascular component of MS, he used the high iron levels as a clue for something much more important.  Read the rest of this entry »

Join us in support of MS & CCSVI Research at home and treatment abroad for a 5-course dinner with wine pairings at Toronto’s Tappo Wine Bar on Monday Sept. 20th @ 7pm.
To purchase tickets or donate to the cause visit our website at

It’s finally here! The new website for The Brian K. McWilliams Foundation is live!

The website, which shows off The Foundation’s new look as well as focusing on its “little changes have big impact” goals, features information on the Foundation, the causes and our partners. The site also allows for easy ‘giving’ through one step secured online donations and event ticket purchases.

Check out the website at

The Brian K. McWilliams Foundation announces the launch of their new interactive website which will allow donors to donate and purchase event tickets safely and securely online. Everything is on schedule, with the anticipated launch for next week!

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