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‘Dog The Bounty Hunter’ Star- Beth Chapman- Shares Sweet Sentiment Amid Traumatic Cancer Battle; Please Continue Praying

February 14, 2019

After months of traumatic cancer treatment, Beth Chapman is assuring fans that she is in good hands when she’s with her husband, Duane.

Dog the Bounty Hunter‘s Duane “Dog” Chapman and his wife, Beth, became international stars after their show, Dog the Bounty Hunter, became a viral sensation. Living in Hawaii, the couple star on a series with several members of their family finding wanted criminals in the Hawaiian islands.

On November 27th, Beth was hospitalized after discovering a mass that was obstructing her breathing in 2017. Dog later shared with Us Weekly that they had discovered cancer in his wife’s throat. On November, more than a year after making the terrifying discovery, they learned that it was cancer.

After needing emergency surgery, he added, “They got most of the throat cancer out. Her airway is clear now, but the doctors are afraid that it has spread. They are doing a biopsy scan to check if it has spread. I told them I need to know right away and they’re going to get me the results by tomorrow. Hopefully, it hasn’t spread. Last time it didn’t spread at all, so we’re hoping the same thing.”

Sadly, Beth is battling life-threatening cancer. Dog has asked his friends to “Please say a prayer, she’s not doing good.” Thankfully, Dog and Beth can spend time together during her treatment. Their special time together is something that Beth lovingly appreciates. She managed to snap one picture with her husband along with the caption, “Sooooo in love with this guy!” The two appeared in longtime loves embracing on a porch.

Please keep Beth and her family in your prayers. Navigating cancer can so hard and we pray for a quick recovery for Beth.

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