March 11, 2020
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Every year, TMAF releases an Annual Report; three issues of the SOLUTIONS newsletter, and an issue of TMAF's Planned Giving newsletter, Giving for the Future. Read More
Although the Texas Medical Association Foundation’s (TMAF) annual gala will take place as a virtual event this year, it will still feature much of the same fun and excitement as the in-person events from years past. Read More
The Texas Medical Association Foundation (TMAF) is pleased to announce that TMA past president and current American Medical Association President Sue Rudd Bailey, MD, will serve as honorary chair of the foundation’s virtual gala, Superheroes: Meeting the Challenge, which is scheduled for Friday, May 14 during TexMed 2021, TMA’s annual meeting. Read More
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