On visits to the Bentley campus, Will Bush looks every bit the part of a healthy young boy. A tight coil of energy, the wiry 10-year-old typically skips first gear when he gets his motor running.
“Will is my go-go-go guy,” says his mother, Stefani. “Normally, this would be wonderful, but he has mitochondrial and primary immunodeficiency diseases. If we don’t keep an eye on him, he’ll run himself into the ground.”