My daughter moved home from college in May after she was diagnosed with a brain tumor. We went thru years of searching for answers to her health issues. Debilitating back pain for a year finally caused us to seek doctors in 3 states & finally had the 3rd neurosurgeon who saw her tell us that her twitching was not a pain response, but probably a type of seizure & sent her to neurologist. MRI & there it was... and the report noted that it seemed to have been 'missed' in 2007 by the radiologist at that time! OMG...I am so angry at the medical community for failing us for so many years. Beyond that my daughter had tumor 100% removed! YAY! She is just starting on temodar. Today we had a huge fight because she tells me that I am smothering her & that I must not believe in her or trust her, because her father & I want her to stay w/ us until we can see how the temodar affects her. I feel that I try to give her plenty of space, but she seems so depressed and shut in her room. I try to get her out of the house, but she never wants to do anything. On occasion she will get out with a friend, but that seems to be few & far between due to the age of her peers. Anyone have suggestions or experience similar anger issues w/ young adult cancer? "Best Intentions Mom"