Hi Johanna, I just want to add my welcome. I know this is a frightening time for you. My daughter was 20 and a college student when I was diagnosed in 1996. She went to her professors to tell them what was going on in her personal life and they were all willing to give her extra time to get assignments completed. You might want to confide in someone at your school so they now you are under some extra stress right now. Please keep us posted on how your mam is doing. Like Candy said, we are here for each other 24/7. Try to remain hopeful. You mam really needs your support right now. Just let us know what we can do for you. Hugs, Lauri
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