The Minnesota teen who fled the state with his mother in order to avoid chemotherapy for Hodgkin's lymphoma completed his treatment Friday and is cancer-free, according to his family.
Daniel Hauser, 13, cited his religious beliefs for stopping treatment after one session in February and fleeing his home. On his return, he underwent court-ordered chemotherapy and then radiation therapy, the Associated Press reported.
Brown County Family Services and the teen's doctor have been asked to submit reports to a Brown County judge. If the judge is satisfied with the information in the documents, Daniel's case will likely be closed.