Further, he says RheumPAC will expand upon a new option for practices to donate, in addition to individuals.
Dr. Wallace developed an interest in policy and advocacy during his years in Washington, D.C. Today, he lives in Boston, where he loves to run, spend time with his husband, and play with their dog, Ezra. He also loves to travel and cook, although he admits a number of their cookbooks don’t get much use.
Dr. Wallace looks forward to what’s ahead.
“RheumPAC is nonpartisan and really about doing and investing and giving to people who really stand up for what’s important for rheumatology and rheumatology patients,” he says. “I would love for people to keep an open mind when hearing from us and and consider investing in RheumPAC for rheumatology’s future.”
Kelly April Tyrrell writes about health, science and health policy. She lives in Madison, Wis.