Part two of a three-part series
There wasn’t much reason for hope when doctors told Bruce Furtado he had terminal cancer in July 2010.
At 48, the ex-Marine knew the leukemia would eventually kill him. He feared that as the disease took its toll, he would lose his job, then his insurance, then everything he owned, and finally his life.
Nothing would be left for his family.
But Furtado did find a...