Entertainment Dog the Bounty Hunter's Wife Beth Chapman On Her Throat Cancer: 'They Give Me 50/50 Chances'

23:25  14 november  2017
23:25  14 november  2017 Source:   People

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Dog the Bounty Hunter ’ s Wife Beth Chapman On Her Throat Cancer : ‘ They Give Me 50 / 50 Chances ’. “ They said, ‘I’m sorry, Dog ,’ recalls Dog , 64. “That’s when I knew.” Beth has a T2 tumor in the back of her throat , which she previously said is blocking her breathing.

Duane “ Dog the Bounty Hunter ” Chapman ’ s wife , Beth Chapman , is “ They gave me 50 / 50 chances .” Dog the Bounty Hunter and Beth Chapman arrive at the 48th As previously reported, the reality star revealed her stage II throat cancer diagnosis in a letter to friends in September.


Dog the Bounty Hunter star Beth Chapmanis opening up about her stage two throat cancer — and vows that she’s going to fight the disease with all that she’s got, despite her fears.

“As I start this battle, I don’t see a lot of optimism,” Beth, 49, admits in an exclusive clip from their upcoming two-hour A&E special. “They give me 50/50 chances.”

The reality star and her husband, Duane “Dog” Chapman will take viewers with them as Beth goes through surgery and journeys toward recovery in Dog and Beth: Fight of Their Lives.

The special begins with Beth’s diagnosis, which she revealed in September. “They said, ‘I’m sorry, Dog,’ recalls Dog, 64. “That’s when I knew.” a woman wearing a white shirt and black hair© Provided by TIME Inc.

Devils’ Brian Boyle scores first goal since cancer diagnosis in incredibly emotional moment

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Beth Chapman — wife of Duane “ The Bounty Hunter ” Chapman — has been diagnosed with stage two throat cancer and will undergo emergency surgery as soon as this weekend, RadarOnline.com has exclusively confirmed.

Dog the Bounty Hunter star Beth Chapman has revealed that she ’ s been diagnosed with stage II throat cancer , Us Weekly can confirm. She continued, “After months of a nagging cough, a routine checkup resulted in a diagnosis of stage II throat cancer .

Beth has a T2 tumor in the back of her throat, which she previously said is blocking her breathing.

As the reality couple enters the biggest fight of their lives, they will look for prayers and support from family and famous friends including Shannon Tweed Simmons and others.

“I’ve stared down the devil more than once in my life but I’ve never faced a real life or death decision,” Beth wrote in a letter to her friends after her diagnosis. “My life has never been easy, and I surely don’t expect it to start now. Still, I’ve never been a victim and I won’t let cancer beat me. I realize the road I am about to travel will be rocky, full of unexpected twists and turns. But I know one thing for sure. A bend in the road is not the end of the road.”

Adds Dog on the upcoming special: “Cancer picked on the wrong woman.”

Dog and Beth: Fight of Their Lives premieres on November 27th at 9pm E.T. on A&E.

Hunter shoots, kills woman after mistaking her for a deer, officials say .
A hunter in western New York shot and killed a woman out walking her dogs Wednesday evening after mistaking her for a deer, officials said. Thomas Jadlowski, 34, believed he saw a deer in a field about 200 yards away from him when he shot Rosemary Billquist in the hip with a high-powered pistol. The 43-year-old woman was walking her two Labrador Retrievers in the field behind her home in Sherman.Rushing toward Billquist after hearing her scream, Jadlowski called 911 and applied pressure on her wound until paramedics arrived.  Billquist was taken to the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Erie, Pa.

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