Just a few days ago, we reported that Ami Brown had completed her chemotherapy and Alaskan Bush People fans would need to sit back and wait to see what the future holds for this reality star.
We now have an update on this future.
And we hate to say it… but things look more grim than ever before.
To quote Radar Online, Brown is “on her death bed at UCLA Medical Center” in Los Angeles.
The latest relevant post from this website says that those with her type of Stage 4 cancer are only given a “three percent chance of survival.”
This is a medical fact that has been discussed in the past when it comes to Brown, even among members of her own family, but the hope had been that Ami could defy these troubling odds.
And she still could, of course.
We have no doubt that Brown will fight as hard as she can for as long as she can.
However, those who have followed her and her loved ones on their Discovery Channel hit series may need to mentally prepare themselves for the worst.
Ami was diagnosed with cancer late last year.
The latest season of Alaskan Bush People has chronicled her battle with the illness, which has included treatment in Southern California.
The family relocated in order to be with her, while Billy Brown actually spoke to the press last month about his wife’s tragic condition.
“She’s the strongest person I know, so if she’s saying it hurts, it really hurts,” said the family patriarch to People Magazine, adding of her wife:
“She tries to hide it from everybody but four or five times a day she bends over like a baby and cries.”
Brown went on to say at the time that he feared the cancer would spread to Ami’s brain, and if that happens, there would be no hope at all for his wife.
“This is really hard, but this is also the strongest our faith has ever been,” Brown added in the aforementioned interview. “Our faith is giving us hope.”
Ami herself also talked to People around this same time, admitting that “everything hurts” these days and saying she’s trying to remain as calm and optimistic as possible.
“Worrying about it only makes it worse,” said Ami, admirably, concluding:
“There is hope and that hope is having faith in God. You can’t give up. I tell people be happy. Just be happy. It’s a choice.
“Things can be hard and you just want to curl up but you have to shine.”
We continue to send our thoughts and prayers to Ami Brown.