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‘Alaskan Bush People’ Family Shares Scary New Details On Ami Brown’s Cancer Crisis

Jun. 22 2017, Published 4:03 p.m. ET

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The Browns are going through one of the hardest times in their lives as family matriarch, Ami, is moved to California to fight what could be cancer, reveals a new preview clip for the Alaskan Bush People.

Ami’s husband Billy only recently admitted that she was “sick” and the clan is now sharing more disturbing details of her brave battle.

Billy explained in the clip that Ami had consulted several doctors over health fears. One discovered nodes on her throat and recommended they see another expert, who then recommended an immediate biopsy after checking out Ami’s chest.

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“Things got very serious right then,” said Billy, 64. “The whole world changed right then.”

Doctors discovered what they thought could be a cancerous mass in 53-year-old Ami’s lungs, reveals the clip, and she was scheduled to undergo treatment at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles.

“Things have been kind of turbulent to tell you the truth,” said the couple’s oldest son, Matt, 34. “It’s kind of like the world’s just been kind of shaken up. I’d say the hardest part for me is probably the same as the rest of the family: watching mom in pain.”

“It’s a tough situation that we’re all going through,” noted the couple’s fourth-born son, Gabe, 27. “The worst thing is just not knowing what’s going on.”

Billy added that the hardest part for him has been grappling with the “unknown.”

As RadarOnline.com reported, Ami and her husband, Billy, have faced their fair share of health issues in recent years.

The mother of seven told Radar that having faced cervical radiculitis, a form of nerve damage in the spine, “was a bad, painful thing.”

Billy has a history of suffering seizures.

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