Most of us know country music artist Clay Walker for his hit songs “She Won’t Be Lonely Long” and “Live Until I Die.” Most recently, he’s been in the recording studio preparing for the release of new music, prepping for a number of tour dates throughout spring and summer across the U.S. and Australia, and is making headway in the world of television as host in the second season of the Outdoor Channel’s Trophy Hunters.
Amidst all of his fame and success and juggling life on the road, Clay lives with a relapsing form of multiple sclerosis (RMS). Since being diagnosed almost 18 years ago, Clay has worked tirelessly to manage his RMS and raise the awareness of the disease.
With World MS Day (May 28) approaching, Clay is speaking out, in partnership with Teva Pharmaceuticals, to share information about what resources he uses to successfully manage the disease -- as a way to give back to others living with the condition. He’ll share details about his own journey and the importance of going “on the record” with your physician. In his case, taking time to keep current with his neurologist has had a huge impact, including a recent change in his disease management.
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