Newsmaker: Former Gov. Cellucci on WBUR

By Lisa M. Larson

UMass Medical School Communications

July 10, 2012
  Former Massachusetts Gov. Paul Cellucci

Former Massachusetts Gov. Paul Cellucci spoke with WBUR reporter Deborah Becker recently, reflecting on his many political accomplishments in office, his current mission to raise $10 million for the UMass ALS Champion Fund and on his own battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosisamyotrophic lateral sclerosis.


“I feel good. I work out of my home office. I’m enjoying my grandkids. I’m enjoying life despite the challenges,” Cellucci said.

Listen to the full interview at: Former Mass. Gov. Cellucci On His Political Career And Living With ALS

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