Fans have been praying for Beth Chapman, the wife of “Dog The Bounty Hunter” Duane Chapman, ever since it was reported that her throat cancer had returned two months ago. Now, an update has been released about Beth’s health that has given fans new hope for her.
Daily Mail reported that sources say that Beth has begun chemotherapy treatments and is “responding well” to them. Though Beth is reportedly in “good spirits,” it’s also being stated that her cancer remains “very serious.” Sources also say that while Beth and her husband have been traveling to Los Angeles for her treatments, they are still spending the majority of their time at vtheir Colorado home.
Beth, 51, initially beat throat cancer when she was diagnosed in 2017, but just as she was celebrating one year of being cancer free, her cancer returned in November of 2018. Doctors discovered the cancer had come back when Beth underwent emergency surgery to remove a blockage to her throat. By the time doctors caught it, it had already spread, leading doctors to give Beth the heartbreaking news that her cancer was “incurable.”
Beth and Duane are planning to document her cancer treatments on their new reality television show “Dog’s Most Wanted.” Sources told TMZ that Beth would be playing a major role in the show and that her chemotherapy treatments would be a major storyline.
Though Beth is fighting for her life right now, we’re glad to see that she is not allowing cancer to stop her from living her life. Anyone who has ever seen one of Duane and Beth’s shows knows that she is a fighter, and if anyone can beat the odds and take down cancer, it’s her! Please continue to send Beth and the rest of the Chapman family your thoughts and prayers as they continue this difficult journey.