Beth Chapman Calls Her Battle with Cancer an ‘Everyday Struggle’ during a Quick Interview

Kareena Koirala
Apr 19, 2019
03:55 A.M.
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Beth Chapman, the wife of Dog the Bounty Hunter, opened up about her battle with cancer during a special date night with her beau.

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Dog and Beth stopped for a candid talk with a TMZ reporter right after walking out of Avra in Beverly Hills, where the couple enjoyed a fine dining.

Despite Beth’s cancer scare, the couple is living life to the fullest as their recent date night revealed.

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When asked by the reporter about the status of her cancer, Beth explained that each day is a “struggle” for her but she is “hanging in there and choosing to stay positive.”

She also stressed the fact that her husband, Dog, is always by her side during her battle with the life-threatening disease.

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The reported further observed that Beth’s social media feed showed her living her life to the fullest. To which, the “Dog the Bounty Hunter” star said, “Well, you can either laugh or cry. We choose to laugh.”

Beth, looking gorgeous in a see-through black top and a shining silver skirt, also stated that the couple was still committed on catching criminals with their new WGN reality series, “Dog’s Most Wanted.”

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The 51-year-old reality star was first diagnosed with throat cancer back in 2017. That same year, she underwent a treatment with a 13-hour long surgery to remove the tumor in her neck.

For the next one year, she lives a life without cancer. Then, unfortunately, her cancer returned towards the end of 2018.

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Beth’s attorney broke the news to USA Today revealing that her condition is “serious” and the doctors were “evaluating her treatment options.”

Speaking during another interview with TMZ, Dog got overwhelmed with emotions while talking about Beth’s cancer and revealing that she was “not doing good.”

However, despite the heartbreaking diagnosis, the reality star seems determined on fulfilling her mission of catching the bad guys and enjoying her life as much as health allowed.

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