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Cancer Crisis: Rain Brown Hints Mom Ami's Health Has Deteriorated

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Apr. 3 2018, Updated 9:53 a.m. ET

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Sadly, Alaskan Bush People matriarch Ami Brown's battle with deadly lung cancer may not be over just yet.

Ami's 14-year-old daughter, Rain Brown, 14, gave fans what appears to be a shocking update on her mother's battle with cancer yesterday — leading many to believe that it could have returned.

In a post on Instagram, Rain wrote: "Happy Easter everybody, today is a very important day, today is the day our brother Jesus rose from his grave, I believe Easter is a reminder that even when things appear to be over, if it's meant to be we'll get another chance."

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"Easter is not only the day our savior rose but it's also a sign we can rise too, rise above darkness and doubt jealousy and hate anger and spite, and find love, peace, harmony, joy, and above all, faith. miracles happen every day. We just have to believe and give the credit where it's due, God bless everybody,"

Adding to the speculation, Ami's son Bear confirmed that he was with his mother in the hospital last week when he shared a photo of himself on social media, along with a caption that read: "Time to Escape from LA!!! (Again)" #losangeles#freedom #uclamedicalcenter #family#bearbrown

In addition to multiple fans now sending Ami prayers, one fan wrote, "I'm sorry Bear. You look so sad. Wishing you and your mother the best."

As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, 53-year-old Ami and several family members were forced to leave filming in Omak, Wash., last week and head to UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, Calif., where Ami underwent treatment for the disease.

And an unusually quiet Ami was recently spotted "looking frail' in a wheelchair in mid-March.

Ami had declared in a January interview with People Magazine that she was cancer-free after undergoing radiation and chemotherapy at UCLA Medical Center.

However, the mother of Rain, Bear, Matthew, 35, Bam Bam, 33, Gabe, 27, Bird, 22, and Noah, 24 told the outlet just months before that doctors had given her a "less than three percent chance of survival."

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