Alaskan Bush People: Ami Brown Is On Her Way To Recovery From Cancer

Alaskan Bush People: Ami Brown Is On Her Way To Recovery From Cancer

Alaskan Bush People matriarch Ami Brown turned 57 in August. The Brown family had a happy party months after Ami had fought for her life. The fans would remember that Ami was diagnosed with lung cancer. However, after a long period of surgery, she slowly returned to normal.

So when she completed 57 years of her life, her family left no stone unturned to make her feel special. Her son, Bear Brown, shared a sweet post and wished her a happy birthday. Ami longs to play with her grandchildren one day.

Ami was diagnosed with phase III of non-small cell lung cancer in 2017. She told people in August of that year about the beginning of her problems. She felt pain in her libs, felt nauseous for days, so much so that walking from a small distance gave her itches.

Moreover, there were days when she went to bed. But it wasn’t until December 2016, when she went to the dentist, that she learned about the problem. And that’s where it all started.

In the same interview, Billy Brown shared his wife’s strength. He said that Ami is the one who takes the burden and takes care of everything else. But at this point she is really helpless. Billy Brown continued that this is the time for the family to repay Ami. Ami Brown’s daughter Rain Brown told about the shock she felt after she discovered the news. The youngest of all siblings said it doesn’t matter what your age is or what you’ve been through, knowing that your mother has cancer, it scares you!

Alaskan Bush People: Ami Brown Is On Her Way To Recovery From Cancer

Later, the Brown family moved from rural Alaska to Southern California for Ami to continue treatment. She went into remission sometime in December 2017 and is still there. She also told people around that time how to go every three months and get scanned. Ami further explained how cancer became part of her and would be there. However, she is keen to let others learn about the joy of life in the moment.

Written by Hannah Gaynor

Hannah Gaynor is a US Reality TV/Entertainment Writer with theworldnewsdaily.


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