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‘Alaskan Bush’ Health Crisis! Family At Hospital Amid Concerns Ami’s Cancer Is Back

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The Alaskan Bush People’s Brown clan checked into a Los Angeles hospital this week amid concerns matriarch Ami’s cancer has returned, can exclusively report.

Bear Brown posted a selfie looking depressed early Friday morning from the UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles – the same hospital where Ami received chemotherapy treatments for lung cancer last year.

As previously reported, Ami Brown was spotted in a wheelchair earlier this month, fueling rumors that her cancer had returned. At the time, a source exclusively revealed to that Ami appeared “pretty thin” and did not talk. 

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Now, it seems Bear, Ami and Billy were likely the family members who touched down in Los Angeles this week. A source exclusively confirmed to that the three were spotted jetting out of Spokane International Airport in Washington on March 15.

In an effort to disguise herself and her declining health, the source added that Ami wore purple sunglasses inside the airport as Bear and Billy bought “souvenir-type stuff from Spokane and bottled water and snacks.”

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On Friday, Bear admitted on Instagram that it was finally “time to escape LA (again).”

However, he did not mention if his mom would be leaving with him.

As readers know, Ami revealed earlier this year that the radiation and chemotherapy she received in California last year had worked. Her December 2017 medical scans showed no signs of cancer and she admitted to People, “God really does perform miracles.” 

However, Ami’s recent use of a wheelchair has left fans questioning if she's enduring another rapid decline.

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