to connectVideoBeth Chapman shows up with the grim diagnosis of cancer
Fox411: Beth Chapman, gave the fans an indirect update on her battle against cancer in your throat is by way of the first trailer for its upcoming A&E special, ” Dog and Beth: the Battle of Their Lives.”
Beth Chapman, wife of “Dog the Bounty Hunter” star Duane “Dog” Chapman, was kept in a medically-induced coma on Monday, a family rep confirmed to the Associated Press.
A family spokeswoman Mona Wood-Sword said, ” Beth, 51, were admitted to the hospital on Friday in Honolulu after having breathing problems and pass it on for a short while and the doctors put her in a coma to save her from the pain during the treatment.
“Duane and family, to feel she is a fighter, she was able to make it better,” Wood-Sword said. “The family still has hope.”
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Sources told TMZ that the Day was not co-operating with the doctors during her treatment and reportedly tried to rip the tubes used to give drugs and all the necessary fluids. The site, which claims to be a moderate amount of sedation wasn’t strong enough, and that she continued to be restless, to be placed in a medically-induced coma.
Beth was diagnosed with throat cancer in march of 2017. Chapman was declared cancer-free after removing a tumor. She was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer.
Mr Chapman, 66, told Us Weekly in December, 2018 and that a Day does not necessarily mean, along with her doctors and wanted to explore alternative therapies.
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“Eventually is not what the doctors want to give her. Even the doctor and the doctor told me that he didn’t want her to have seizures when the pain is so bad, but they won’t do it,” he said. “They’re taking over-the-counter pain meds. They are not taking all of a prescription.”
Beth wrote on Instagram in February that she was to test the CBD and THC-based therapies, and claimed that the chemotherapy is “poison.” In April, Beth was admitted to the hospital for the similar respiratory problems that led to her emergency treatment over the weekend.
Mr rather told Fox News the couple, who have starred in their hit A&E reality tv show from 2004 to 2012, and credits her faith to help them survive.
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“The belief is likely to be the # 1 thing in our lives, no matter what we are facing. By using this kind of cancer in the episode, we had to take the drum as much faith as we could. The Bible talks about having faith as small as a grain of mustard seed,” he said. “And that’s not a lot of it… And I thank God that we have had, in any case, is that there’s a lot of faith in you, right?”
The Associated Press and Fox News’ Nicole, Darrah, contributed to this report.