Beth Chapman Not Ready to Give Up in First Instagram Post After Cancer Returns
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Beth's husband Dog the Bounty Hunter admits his wife is 'not doing good' and asks fans for prayers after she underwent an emergency surgery to remove a blockage in her throat.

AceShowbiz - Beth Chapman has broken her silence after it's revealed that her cancer has returned. Returning to Instagram on Thursday, November 29 since her hospitalization, the reality TV star shared a heartbreaking yet inspiring message.

Beth posted a photo of her in hospital bed with IV drip attached to her hand, while her husband Dog the Bounty Hunter a.k.a. Duane Chapman was lying next to her. In the caption, she called the returning cancer "another bend in the Road yet not the End of the Road," hinting at her determination to fight back. She added some hashtags "#faith #love #stayhumbleplay."

Dog himself has talked about his wife's new cancer diagnosis. Met when leaving Mr. Chow in Beverly Hills on Wednesday, the star of A&E's reality series "Dog the Bounty Hunter" told TMZ, "Please say a prayer. She's not doing good."

Dog was joined by his family, including daughter Lyssa, who echoed his sentiment. "We really appreciate the prayers of our fans. We really appreciate the support of our fans. We're all so devastated. We love our mommy so much, and thank you guys for being here. We've got such an amazing outpour from our fans. ... Poor daddy," she said.

Dog added, "I wish she could've been here tonight," before they all got into an SUV and took off.

Beth was rushed to the hospital on early Tuesday morning after she had difficulty to breathe overnight. Doctors discovered a life-threatening blockage in her throat and she subsequently underwent an emergency surgery to remove the large mass that's obstructing her airways. Following the surgery, doctors found out that her cancer has returned.

Back in September 2017, the 51-year-old reality TV star was diagnosed with stage II throat cancer. After undergoing surgery to remove a plum-sized cancerous tumor from her neck in the same year, she was declared to be cancer free. According to The Blast, Beth "felt sick" for the past few weeks and came to Los Angeles to see a specialist.

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