In this June 28, 2014, photo, the Davies family, from left, Leah, Adam, Phil and Lauren, pose for a family photo after Adam’s high school graduation at Garden City High School in Garden City, N.Y. As a college sophomore in 2011, Leah Davies, then 19, had fallen ill from an out-of-control sinus infection. Because she was a legal adult when it came to care providers sharing health information with parents, her mom and dad were forced to the sidelines. (AP Photo/ courtesy of Kevin Williams)
In this June 28, 2014, photo, the Davies family, from left, Leah, Adam, Phil and Lauren, pose for a family photo after Adam’s high school graduation at Garden City High School in Garden City, N.Y. As a college sophomore in 2011, Leah Davies, then 19, had fallen ill from an out-of-control sinus infection. Because she was a legal adult when it came to care providers sharing health information with parents, her mom and dad were forced to the sidelines. (AP Photo/ courtesy of Kevin Williams) Kevin Williams Courtesy of Kevin Williams
In this June 28, 2014, photo, the Davies family, from left, Leah, Adam, Phil and Lauren, pose for a family photo after Adam’s high school graduation at Garden City High School in Garden City, N.Y. As a college sophomore in 2011, Leah Davies, then 19, had fallen ill from an out-of-control sinus infection. Because she was a legal adult when it came to care providers sharing health information with parents, her mom and dad were forced to the sidelines. (AP Photo/ courtesy of Kevin Williams) Kevin Williams Courtesy of Kevin Williams

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