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More than 1,000 runners and walkers participated in the inaugural Governor Cellucci Tribute Road Race in Hudson on Saturday, Aug. 2, in honor of the late Paul Cellucci’s commitment to fund ALS research at UMass Medical School and his lifelong dedication to public service. The race, which ran through Paul Cellucci’s historic hometown, benefited the UMass ALS Cellucci Fund, launched by the former governor to fund research into a cure after he was diagnosed with the disease. Read more.
Donation is the largest alumni gift ever for 52-year-old institution
A grateful alumna and her husband, touched by the late former Gov. Paul Cellucci's struggle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), have pledged $1 million to the UMass ALS Cellucci Fund to support ALS research at UMass Medical School. The gift by Diane M. (Casey) Riccio, PhD03, and her husband, Dan Riccio, of Los Gatos, Calif., is the largest alumni donation ever to UMass Medical School since its founding in 1962. Read more.
Hudson Hoagland Society honors Warner Fletcher. Full story.
UMMS ALS research fund renamed to honor Paul Cellucci. Full story.
CANDO Clinic offers new hope to children with autism and their families. Full story.
|In the News|
UMass Medical Chancellor, Doctor Take ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ To Honor Late Gov. Cellucci - August 6, WBZ TV Boston
More on Sleeping Pills and Older Adults - August 6, New York Times
All Germs Are Not Created Equal - August 4, The UC Santa Barbara Current
1 in 4 U.S. Kids Underestimate Their Weight, Study Finds - July 31, U.S. News & World Report