My daughter was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma this past April, completed chemo and radiation over 4 months, and barely 2 months ago. She's now living away at college, about an hour away from home, but she's been having all sorts of unusual symptoms, like tiredness, various body aches and pains, and, most recently, cuts and soreness under her arms and around one of her eyes. CAT scan, xray, and lab work last month showed that all is clear. She seems to not be eating well and just trying to do too many extra curricula's in addition to 6 classes, which she insisted was not going to be alot for her freshman year. She's 17 and I'm trying to give her a bit of space to let her learn to take care of herself, but she has different circumstances than most other students. I imagine that she's trying her best to stay as far away from doctors and medications as she possibly can and I find myself getting very frustrated with her. How do you parent under these circumstances?