'Alaskan Bush People' family's reported recent visit to a hospital worries fans for Ami's health
Most people who overcame cancer know that they must take a good care of themselves afterward to prevent it from returning.
Since the fans of Ami Brown, the matriarch of Alaskan Bush People, know that she and her family went through a lot after her lung cancer diagnosis was revealed, a recent report worried them again.
According to In Touch Weekly, the family checked into a hospital in Los Angeles recently. To confirm those allegations, one of Ami’s sons, Bear Brown, took to his Instagram account on March 30, 2018, to share a photo.
The picture was taken at the UCLA Medical Center, which is the same hospital where Ami received chemotherapy treatments for her initial lung cancer in 2017.
In the image, Bear had a sort of somber look and his caption revealed that they were ‘escaping’ from Los Angeles ‘again.’ During the time she was undergoing her treatment, she was always laying on her bed and was moved with her wheelchair.
After a while, she was photographed standing and looking stronger using nothing but a cane. In an interview she recently had, she explained the reason she was optimistic throughout the entire process despite having a three-percent chance of survival.
She pointed out that the first thing she realized was how easy it was to give up and just wait to die. She has the will to fight, though, and worrying about dying only made things more difficult.
‘There is hope and that hope is having faith in God. You can’t give up. I tell people to be happy. It's a choice. Things can be hard and you just want to curl up but you have to shine.’
Ami Brown, In Touch Weekly, March 31, 2018.
She later revealed that she had to go back to the hospital every three months to check if it got back or not, which might have been the reason the family went to the UCLA Medical Center recently.
So far, the family has not said anything about her health condition. All that is left to do is wait and see if they share anything about it.