The "Alaskan Bush People" Season 7 has confirmed that Ami Brown is suffering from late-stage cancer a few weeks after the rumors emerged. One of the first stories were about her estranged family's reaction about Ami's sickness. Now, it seems that even after the confirmation, Ami has not spoken to her brother nor mother.

'She's dying'

In an exclusive interview with Radar Online, Ami's brother, Les Branson, shared that it breaks their heart to know that Ami has cancer. Les said it is heartbreaking for their 84-year-old mother, Earlene Branson. They have not seen Ami in more than 30 years since she got married to Billy Brown when she was only 15.

Les added that the hardest part about this is knowing that his sister is dying and yet they could not see her. It was not clear, though, why they could not see Ami despite her medical condition. In the previous report of Radar Online when the rumor just started to emerge, Les said that Ami refuses to talk to them. Back then, he said that he would try to find out in which hospital she has been receiving treatment.

How is Ami doing now?

While the "Alaskan Bush People" Season 7 has already confirmed Ami's cancer, the last two episodes were just rehashed of previous seasons and old footages. Given the two months delay before the airing of the series, fans have been wondering how is Ami's health right now.

According to a Facebook page, Alaskan Bush People Exposed, Ami is still receiving treatment at the UCLA Medical Center, and it may continue for the next couple of months. At the time of the diagnosis, which was featured in the "Alaskan Bush People" Episode 2, Ami has a stage 3 lung cancer which could easily go to stage 4.

Given the rehashed episodes, some begin to wonder if Ami's condition has become worse.

Previous reports suggest that chemotherapy and radiation have done nothing to slow down cancer.

Where are the Browns?

After they received Ami's diagnosis, Billy and Ami decided that they would have to leave Browntown so that Ami would be near the hospital for her medical needs. Leaving the Alaskan wilderness was not a light thing for them, especially for the Brown kids, but they chose to stick together.

The family members have been spotted in different places in the past weeks, but reports say they might settle down in Colorado. Rumors even said Noah and Rhain are planning to get married there. They might have already tied the knot already by now.

"Alaskan Bush People" Season 7 airs every Wednesday at 9 p.m. on the Discovery Channel.