Husband Duane said he and his family "humbly ask everyone to please pray for Beth" and sent "sincere thanks to everyone for their prayers throughout Beth's battle with cancer", according to Hawaii News Now. She began chemotherapy in December, and in April was rushed to a hospital in Hawaii with "serious breathing issues".
Along with asking for prayers, the family expressed their appreciation for fans support throughout Beth's ordeal.
"She has also kept up with fans on her Instagram page, and she posted a photo of herself on June 12 with the hashtag "#CancerWillNotBeatMe". She captioned the pic with two red heart emojis.
Duane Chapman made his claim to fame in 2004 when he launched his television show Dog the Bounty Hunter, where he tracks down criminals. Despite her throat cancer diagnosis in September 2017, the duo is still fighting to take the bad guys down. Stay tuned for any further news on her health, and any updates on the WGN show.
In 2017, the couple returned briefly to A&E in a miniseries called Dog and Beth: Fight for their Lives, wherein the Chapmans first publicly revealed that Beth had been diagnosed with throat cancer.
The cancer returned previous year and doctors removed a tumor from her throat after an emergency surgery in November.