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ActiveMSers 08-06-2012 11:07 PM

KING OF PRUSSIA, PA: An evening with Clay Walker (AUG 8)
Clay might not be singing, but this is still pretty cool. - Dave

King of Prussia, PA - Patient Education Special Event
Radisson Hotel Valley Forge

"An Evening with Clay Walker"

Guest Presenters
Dr. Suhayl Dhib-Jalbut
Dr. Robert L. Knobler
Dr. David Tabby

*And a special apprearance by Country Music Star Clay Walker, living with RRMS

Radisson Hotel Valley Forge
1160 First Avenue
King of Prussia, PA 19406

Please note that space is extremely limited for this program, so reserve your seat(s) early!
You may bring one guest to this event.

RSVP to Shared Solutions is required. Please call (800) 887-8100.

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Date: Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Time: 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
1160 First Avenue
King of Prussia, PA 19406
United States

JerryD 08-07-2012 11:05 AM

I live about 500 yards from the hotel where the event will be held tomorrow. I will be there. If I start walking now, I should be right on time.
On another topic, I read a post on another site that said that the SC treatments had some disappointing fatality rates. Someone should relay that info to George Goss, because he relates the number of fatalities attributable to HSC treatments at 0.
So not to belabor this, don't you think there needs to be 'real' truth about these treatments. And some clarity about the forms and protocols, so that the MSer's out there can form definite, clear opinions.
Some people think that Stem Cells for these treatments are derived from 'aborted' fetuses. And that isn't anywhere near the truth.

ActiveMSers 08-07-2012 06:47 PM

Have fun with Clay, Jerry! As for the SCT stuff, I'll try to address some of your risk concerns in that forum tomorrow if I have time. Unfortunately there isn't a good clearing house for accurate information. Most websites and forums that discuss SCT have lots of unreliable, incomplete or even made up data. I rarely bother trying to correct folks because I make few friends that way. I try to base all information I present here on published research.

JerryD 08-10-2012 04:08 PM

I saw Clay last night, very cool. He did sing, a lot. His whole band played a small show. Clay was very entertaining, he told stories and joked a little. There was about 200 in attendance. I was very impressed with his story, his band, his show ( albeit truncated and scaled down ), etc. He and the band ripped off a cover of Elvis' 'Suspicious Minds' along with Clay's original stuff in about an hour long show. Very good entertainment !

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