|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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