'Alaskan Bush' Star Ami Brown 'Winning' Cancer Battle Amid Son Matt's Sobriety Crisis

Ami Brown Cancer Update
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Feb. 8 2019, Updated 6:47 p.m. ET

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Alaskan Bush People matriarch Ami Brown and son Matt have a lot of reason to celebrate!

After undergoing recent tests in an L.A. hospital, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that the 54 year old is "winning her battle against cancer !"

"Her most recent checkup went really well and the doctors are dumbfounded at how miraculously she has been recovering," a source told Radar exclusively.

"Cancerous cells are still present, but the disease has not spread and it has not grown. Her family is just so grateful that she made it though this and they thank the Lord above for keeping her alive."

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As fans know, Ami isn't the only one in the family who has overcome health complications, as her troubled son Matt Brown, 36, is winning a war of his own — against the deadly disease of addiction.

In December, 2018, Matt checked out of an in-patient treatment center near his family's home in Washington State. Instead of adhering to his father Billy's demands to have a sober coach 24/7, the eldest Brown brother took off and went M.I.A. in a desert outside of Palm Springs, Calif.

Luckily, the struggling alcoholic found his way and landed in an outpatient treatment center in the area and, with his mother Ami's support, has remained sober since.

"Matt is closer to his mom than ever before and she has been one of his main motivating forces in getting and staying sober," the insider revealed to Radar.

"He does not always see eye to eye with Billy because Matt is a mama's boy. He is Ami's first born and they will always share an unbreakable bond."

As Radar was the first to report, Alaskan Bush People has been renewed for season 9, which is expected to premiere in the spring.

Do you think that Ami Brown should share her cancer progress with fans on the upcoming season of 'Alaskan Bush People?' Sound off in the comments below.

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