Missing Boy with Cancer Returns Home … Daniel Hauser and Mother Colleen Hauser Have Returned to Minnesota


There’s no place like home …

In one of the more bizarre missing person cases, 13 year old Daniel Hauser, a recently diagnoses cancer patient and his mother, Colleen Hauser, who have been on the run from authorities since last Tuesday have returned to Minnesota.

The Brown County Sheriff’s Office said Daniel Hauser and his mother have been returned to Minnesota.

The sheriff’s office did not provide any details, but called a news conference for Monday evening in New Ulm.

The pair had been missing since last Tuesday, when they missed a court hearing. Daniel Hauser has Hodgkin’s lymphoma. The pair left Minnesota so he could avoid being forced to undergo chemotherapy.

FOX NEWS &CNN are both reporting that Daniel Hauser and his mother, Colleen have returned to Minnesota.

The 13-year-old cancer patient and his mother who fled authorities to keep him from having to undergo chemotherapy have been returned to Minnesota, a spokesman for the Brown County Sheriff’s Office said Monday.

Daniel and Colleen Hauser were last reported seen May 18 in Minnesota, where a doctor said the boy’s cancer was worsening, and that the boy had said he was in severe pain.

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  • Comments

    6 Responses to “Missing Boy with Cancer Returns Home … Daniel Hauser and Mother Colleen Hauser Have Returned to Minnesota”

    1. Greg the Mongoose on May 25th, 2009 4:39 pm

      Chemotherapy can save your life or kill you. I have a choice. Daniel Hauser, does not have a choice. What is Daniel Hauser survival rate with Chemotherapy? This reminds me of the controversial vaccination debate. Vaccination works. But some do suffer from side affects or allergic reactions and die.

    2. Greg the Mongoose on May 25th, 2009 4:47 pm

      “Daniel has Hodgkin’s lymphoma, which doctors say has a 90 percent chance of being cured in children if treated with chemotherapy and radiation. Without treatment, he has a 5 percent chance of survival.

      Daniel underwent one round of chemotherapy in February, but stopped after that single treatment, citing religious beliefs.” foxnews

    3. Nancy on May 25th, 2009 5:58 pm

      Hodgkin’s disease is one of the most curable of all the cancers, with a 90 to 95 per cent cure rate, as long as it is treated. Without treatment, the probability of death is high.

      When I first heard about this, I was upset that the government was stepping in once more and overriding someone’s freedom of choice, but this little boy is only 13. The kind of treatment that his mother advocated (peddled by the questionable leader of some native American tribe that no one ever heard of, who has had some prior brushes with the law,) was guaranteed to do nothing. Even her husband isn’t behind her on this. Ionized vitamin water and echinacea isn’t a recognized Hodgkin’s treatment anywhere, that I’m aware of. If the boy was 18, he could make the choice for himself but no parent has the right to condemn a child with a curable illness to death. Chemo is a miserable experience, but in this case it is temporary. The treatment of his cancer is one of the great successes of modern medicine.

    4. HOPE on May 26th, 2009 2:10 pm

      Mexico doesn’t have a miracle cure for Hodgkins disease. Their medicine may help in curbing the side effects of the chemo. They sent him home. I’m glad to see them back…



      Take your medicine.

    5. bob on May 26th, 2009 3:31 pm

      If they trust God, then don’t take any medicine. God can cure him.

    6. Siobhan on June 4th, 2009 6:18 pm

      Does the state have the right to override parents decisions? If so, whose child is it then? If a child dies, parents have to live with that fact and live without their child. If the child dies from state made decisions, the state, however well intentioned, will go on to the next project… Who has the most to lose? The most to gain? Again, whose child is it?

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