Neurologists from the Swedish Multiple Sclerosis Center spoke Tuesday evening in Seattle at an educational program featuring country music artist Clay Walker.
Drs. James Bowen and Lily JungHenson gave an update on advancements in multiple sclerosis research to about 200 patients and care partners living with multiple sclerosis (MS). Clay Walker shared his experience living with relapsing-remitting MS and how he manages his symptoms with a busy career.
Like many people living with MS, symptoms began to affect Walker in his mid-20s. He was diagnosed in 1996, three years after recording his first album. Walker kept moving and has since recorded more than 10 No. 1 country hits.