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Beth ChapmanCancer is back.
According to their family lawyer, the wife of 51 years of Dog the bounty hunter underwent surgery on Tuesday morning to treat a "life threatening" mass in the throat. The, Andrew Brettler tell E! News in a statement, doctors have discovered something that no patient ever wants to hear.
"I can confirm that she was hospitalized today and that she underwent surgery to remove a lump in her throat, which is considered to be cancerous, and I understand that the situation is very serious." We are all concerned for her and the well-being of her family, "he says.
In September 2017, the reality TV star revealed that she had been diagnosed with stage II throat cancer after "months of throbbing coughing". She expressed her astonishment at the unexpected diagnosis in a sincere letter addressed to her fans.
"As most of you know, I've spent my whole life coping with tests and challenges that I did not see and certainly did not expect." that my doctors heard two weeks ago when they uttered these three dreaded words: "You have cancer," Beth said at the time.
The couple then documented Beth's fight against cancer in a special A & E titled Dog & Beth: the fight of their lives, where a pathology report finally revealed that she was cancer-free after a 13-hour surgery.
"We can not let this experience separate us," she told her family as cameras turned. "We have to come together, if it's the worst, then all that can be, it's better."
According to TMZ, Beth was admitted to Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles after having trouble breathing overnight.
Duane "Dog" Chapman and his wife became known for the first time when they participated in their show A & E Dog the bounty hunter for eight seasons. The series began to be syndicated as the couple briefly appeared on CMT Dog and Beth: on the hunt.