Ami Brown, a mother of seven, was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer in 2017. The Alaksan Bush People star was searching for answers after suffering months of pain she couldn’t explain.
As fans of the Alaska Bush People know, she was given only a three percent chance of survival. Despite the odds against her, Ami Brown has been in remission since 2018. Ami’s advanced lung cancer caused her excruciating and unbearable pain. In addition, her cancer diagnosis was emotionally painful for her entire family.
Despite all the pain and struggle Ami Brown went through with her cancer diagnosis, she revealed on this week’s episode of Alaskan Bush People that she has discovered something even worse. Something she considers far more painful than her battle with cancer.
Alaskan Bush People: Ami Brown Left Devastated
During last night’s episode of “Alaskan Bush People”, fans watched as Ami Brown sat on the couch with her daughter Snowbird. Birdie told her mother that the real reason she took so long to go to the doctor was because she knew something was wrong and she was afraid to face it.
Snowbird Brown told her mother Ami Brown that she felt bad that the family had to postpone going to Alaska. What Bird Brown wanted more than anything was to get back to Alaska. She thought the Alaskan air would do her good. He also jokingly admitted that he would like the chance to pet a bear cub. His mother quickly stopped the joke, noting that she knew that petting a bear or bear cubs could never happen.
Speaking directly in front of the cameras, Ami Brown remarked that her daughter Snowbird Brown can’t get around on her own. She has not had enough time to recover. And making a big trip to Alaska just isn’t an option for her right now.
Ami Brown admits to the camera that watching her daughter Snowbird Brown suffer is simply one of the hardest things she has ever had to do. Ami Brown admits to the camera that watching her daughter Birdie suffer is simply one of the hardest things she has ever had to do. Alaskan Bush People’s mother tells the cameras that she would take on all of Snowbird Brown’s pain and suffering in a heartbeat if she no longer had to see her suffer.