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Millions of viewers have been following the “Alaskan Bush People” series because the Brown family is unlike any other family in America. Billy, Ami and their seven children decided to stay away from civilization and stayed in an isolated place in Alaska, which they call as the Browntown.

The Brown family sent fans into a frenzy after it was revealed that Ami has a 3b type lung cancer on a recent episode of the series’ seventh season. Now, recent reports are claiming that that the current condition of the Brown matriarch has exacerbated already.

Ami’s cancer is more advanced?

A Facebook page called “Alaskan Bush People Exposed” claimed that Ami’s cancer is now on stage 4 in both lungs. Solely devoted to divulging insider information about the popular show, it also posted a photo of Ami sitting on a wheelchair, which sparked reports that her health condition is now worse [VIDEO] than before.

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According to Heavy, the “Alaskan Bush People Exposed” fan page even claimed that there is only a very slim chance for Ami’s full recovery should that be the case. The publication even cited the Cancer Center which claimed that most patients with stage 4 lung cancer only live about five years or longer with proper treatments and medications.

Speculations about Ami’s shoddier condition continue to make rounds online, but neither Billy nor their kids have confirmed anything as of yet. So, fans should take these rumors lightly until everything is proven true and correct.

Brown matriarch’s cancer treatment

Meanwhile, Sheila McCormack revealed in a previous episode that Ami has to undergo 5-day radiation treatment weekly for a total of six weeks, The Christian Post reported. Aside from that, the “Alaskan Bush People” Season 7 showrunner added that Billy’s few also needs to have a 4-hour chemotherapy session once a week.

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The entire clan is reportedly living in Colorado while Ami receives cancer treatment in Los Angeles [VIDEO]. “Bill and the kids are very loving and supportive. They’re all worried. I tell them, don’t worry. Please don’t worry. Be happy … keep the faith,” the Brown matriarch stated when her cancer diagnosis was announced to the public.

The Brown family decided to shut down their homestead after learning their matriarch’s fatal illness. Billy and his seven children chose to be with Ami especially now that she badly needs their care and support.

Alaskan Bush People” Season 7 airs every Wednesday on Discovery channel at 9 P.M. Stay tuned for more spoilers, news, and updates!