Former Clyde 1 DJ Tim is wheelchair bound as a result of his 25 year-long fight with MS, and has attempted various cures and treatments over the years.
Now, he's looking to writer JK Rowling in his fight to beat the disease of the central nervous system.
Tim said: "JK is funding research into MS at the moment and the idea is that I would become a guinea pig for stem cell treatment.
"It's something I've been thinking about for some time. And now my feeling is 'let's do it.
"Take the stem cells out of my own body, do you what you do to them in the lab, and stick them back in me'."
Tim, who has moved to East Kilbride with wife Caroline, is now confined to a wheelchair.
But that hasn't hindered his determined to fight the ravages of MS.
Now Tim is set to front a special charity awareness night to raise funds for MS research.
The event, at Walkabout in Renfield Street on Friday night, will feature Clyde 1 breakfast presenter George Bowie.
Tiger's manager, Ian Henderson, said: "It's destined to be a magical night of music, dance and all round fun and will include surprise guest names from the music industry.
"We've got former Miss Scotland Nieve Jennings, Francesca Nutini, Paulo's younger sister, judging the talent competition. And Hotlove, the Midge Peebles' band modelled around T-Rex, are also performing on the night.
"It should be great."
Glasgow Taxis are also backing the event, giving over their ad time on Central Station's giant electronic billboard to promote the Tiger night.
Ian added: "Their support has been fantastic.
"It highlights the amazing feeling felt for Tim in the city. And the determination to keep the impetus going, to remind people of Tim's condition and hope that one day those with MS will be able to be treated successfully."
Stephen Flynn, vice chairman of Glasgow Taxis Ltd is delighted to promote the evening.
"It seemed natural for Glasgow's biggest taxi company to support such an iconic figure from the city," he said.
"Throughout the years, Tim's work has been incredible and we hope people across Glasgow will head to Walkabout and contribute to such a worthwhile cause."
Tiger Tim hopes to begin stem cell therapy as soon as details can be worked out.
l Tickets for the event are available from Walkabout, priced at £15 and includes a hot buffet. Call 0141 332 8209.