Walker's condition is still being carefully monitored, and he must take a drug called Tegretol at least until the end of the year. He hopes to reconcile with the Epilepsy Foundation after the "icy feelings" it caused by criticizing his friend Schneider; if so, he may possibly make the kind of public-service messages for the foundation that he has made tirelessly in the past for other service groups. "He could do all the public-service spots in the world," says Wichter, "and it wouldn't mean as much as the fact that Greg Walker, the baseball player with epilepsy, has made it back and been a success. For epileptics, he is a source of inspiration. Greg had one of the most public seizures it is possible to have in America, and if he had failed in his comeback, epileptics may have doubted themselves. That didn't happen because Greg didn't let it happen."