Many fans were devastated when Ami Brown first announced that she has a type 3b lung cancer. The diagnosis significantly affected the entire family and later forced them to shut down their homestead in Alaska.

Recently, the “Alaskan Bush People” star sat down with People for an exclusive interview about her fragile health condition. The mother of seven shared the pain she is enduring while undergoing chemotherapy and radiation in Southern California.

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Brown matriarch’s cancer has rapidly progressed

Speaking to the publication, Ami Brown revealed that she is still fighting for her life [VIDEO] despite the 3 percent survival rate.

The 53-year-old reality star’s weight portentously dropped from 128 lbs. to 89.4 as of late.

"I realized early into this that it’s very easy to want to give up and just die. And on the pessimist side, it could be my last days. But I have the will to fight," Ami told People. She added that her current condition has made her family stronger.

As most “Alaskan Bush People” viewers know, Ami was first diagnosed with cancer earlier this year while the Brown family was shooting their hit reality TV series. Billy’s wife confessed she felt some pain in her back last fall and was bedridden for days.

She, then, went on saying that her dentist noticed a little capsule when he did a scan, and that’s how her tough times started. However, despite her exacerbating condition, Ami told People that her family gives her strength and several reasons to remain strong.

Ami Brown shared she does not think about the worst case scenario because worrying about can only make things worse. She added that life can be hard at times, but there is always hope with God.

Might series be canceled?

Meanwhile, rumors are rife that “Alaskan Bush Peoplemight be canceled for good [VIDEO] due to Ami Brown’s worsening condition. The Hollywood Gossip shared that the entire Brown family might decide to take a break from the limelight to focus on the chemotherapy and radiation treatments of their matriarch.

As a matter of fact, there was even one instance wherein Ami’s husband and seven children expressed their desire to stay away from the cameras. However, fans were quick to express their disappointment when they heard about it as this may also imply the show’s possible cancellation.

While these reports could possibly be true, it should be noted that Discovery Channel has yet to release an official statement about these speculations. Therefore, fans should take these cancellation rumors lightly until everything is proven true and correct. Stay tuned for more “Alaskan Bush People” news and updates!