Beth Chapman, spouse of “Canine the Bounty Hunter” star Duane “Canine” Chapman, remained in a medically induced coma Monday, a household rep confirmed to the Related Press.
Household spokeswoman Mona Wooden-Sword stated that Beth, 51, was hospitalized Friday in Honolulu after having issue respiration and passing out momentarily and that medical doctors put her in a coma to spare her from ache throughout remedy.
“Duane and the household really feel she’s such a fighter, she might get higher,” Wooden-Sword stated. “The household nonetheless has hope.”
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Sources informed TMZ that Beth was uncooperative with medical doctors throughout her remedy and reportedly tried ripping out tubes used to provide her medicines and crucial fluids. The positioning claims delicate sedation wasn’t robust sufficient and that she remained agitated till being positioned right into a medically-induced coma.
Beth was recognized with throat most cancers in 2017. Chapman was declared cancer-free after eradicating a tumor. She was later recognized with stage four lung most cancers.
Duane Chapman, 66, informed Us Weekly in December 2018 that Beth wasn’t essentially cooperating together with her medical doctors and wished to discover different therapies.
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“Beth won’t take something the medical doctors wish to give her. Even the physician informed me he does not need her to have seizures if the ache is that dangerous, however she will not do it,” he stated. “She takes over-the-counter ache meds. She won’t take something prescription.”
Beth wrote on Instagram in February that she was testing out CBD and THC-based therapies and alleged that chemotherapy was “poison.” In April, Beth was hospitalized for comparable respiration points that led to her emergency remedy final weekend.
Duane beforehand informed Fox Information the couple, who starred of their hit A&E actuality tv present from 2004 till 2012, credit religion with serving to them survive.
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“Religion might be the No. 1 factor in our lives, it doesn’t matter what we’re confronted with… By means of this most cancers episode, we needed to drum up as a lot religion as we might. And the Bible talks about having religion as small as a mustard seed,” he stated. “And that’s not a lot… And I thank God that we had at the very least that a lot religion to get her by way of that.”
The Related Press and Fox Information’ Nicole Darrah contributed to this report.