Beth Chapman’s Fans Are Begging Her To Reconsider Her Cancer Treatment

Reality TV star Beth Chapman has quite the dedicated fan base.

Through nine years of Dog The Bounty Hunter and three years of Dog & Beth On The Hunt, viewers have witnessed Chapman's triumphs, defeats, and personal growth as she and her husband battled bad guys and personal issues on and off screen.

Early last year, Beth was re-diagnosed with stage 4 terminal lung cancer.


She had originally be diagnosed with throat cancer back in 2017, and received treatment such as chemotherapy and radiation, which was successful at the time.

Unfortunately, she was rushed to the hospital earlier this year and found that the cancer had not only returned, but spread.

Chapman has opted to reject medical treatment "in favor of faith."

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"Chemotherapy is not my bag, people," she explained after her re-diagnosis. "Sorry, that’s not for me. So for me, this is the ultimate test of faith. This is my ultimate lesson."

Her cancer battle will coincide with a new adventure for her and her husband.

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Duane ‘Dog’ Chapman and his wife will be returning to television on their new WGN show Dog’s Most Wanted, which will be the first unscripted show on the network in over five years.

Dog says that Beth is currently "fighting for her life."


"My wife, the love of my life, is fighting for her life," he explains in an exclusive clip. "Instead of being at home helping her, I’m out here looking for you. I’m warning you in advance. May God have mercy on you when I get you, because I won’t."

But many fans are concerned about Beth's condition.

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Chapman's twitter is flooded with mentions from her fan base begging her to reconsider chemotherapy treatment.

"Oh miss beautiful,” one fan writes, "The news is saying you have decided to stop chemo. Please rethink that. My husband’s aunt done the same and then sadly regretted it after. And it was [too] late."

"Please please think this through 10000 percent."

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Others tried to point out that there are less aggressive forms of chemo that she could consider.

"So many options for chemo!!!," a fan tweeted, "There’s also immunotherapy. Thoughts and prayers are with you!!!"

"If you turn your back on modern medicine and go this route I can assure you nothing good will come of it."


“Beth, I read you are choosing alternative therapies for [your] illness instead of chemo/radiation," another fan writes. "I hope this is just a rumor."

Beth has chosen to delete a number of tweets from fans off of her twitter account, instead wanting to bring attention to fans who are supportive of her decision.

h/t: Survivornet