Sleepy Eye, Minn. – The end of cancer treatment and court hearings could be in sight for Sleepy Eye teen Daniel Hauser.
The 13-year-old gained national attention when he fled the state to avoid chemotherapy treatments earlier this year. But after he came back, he went through chemo to treat his Hodgkin's lymphoma, then started radiation therapy.
Family spokesman Dan Zwakman says everything is going as planned and Daniel's last radiation session is scheduled for Friday morning.
Brown County District Judge John Rodenberg has said he'd like a written report from Brown County Family Services and from the doctor treating Daniel once the boy is done with radiation. If everything looks good, the case will likely be closed.