Last week, Alaskan Bush People star Noah Brown and his wife welcomed their baby boy!
New episodes are airing this month, and the family is seeking to clear the air when it comes to rumors of Ami's health.
For the first time, Ami's doctors are speaking, in plain terms, of exactly what Ami experienced and what she overcame.
In the new issue of People, Ami Brown's doctors at UCLA Medical Center have released a statement regarding her cancer battle.
"Amora Brown was diagnosed with Stage III non-small cell lung cancer in April 2017," the statement begins.
We knew this, though it took some time for the news to break to fans.
"Treatment for her cancer," the statement continues. "Included a four-month course of chemotherapy with radiation."
Those can both be brutal on the mind and body -- but it paid off.
Though reports at one time said that Ami's odds of survival were only around 3%, she was stronger than any statistic.
"Her disease responded well to the treatment," the statement from her doctors reads.
"And," the statement continues. "According to her UCLA oncologist Dr. Deborah Wong, she is now in remission."
That is absolutely fantastic news.
Ami was very recently in L.A. for screening (her son, Matt Brown, was in town with her).
Presumably, she waited until the results of that screening to share this very good news.
"Although her most recent scans show no evidence of cancer," the statement continues.
The doctors confirm that "Amora will continue to be monitored closely by her medical team."
Of course. She has been returning to her Beverly Hills mansion every three months for follow-up screenings.
One such screening showed that her cancer had returned months after it had been beaten, but she once again prevailed against it.
This cycle of screenings will continue "over the next several months."
She and her husband and her children and her newborn grandchild have a lot to which to look forward.
Also speaking to People, Billy Brown gushes about their new 435 acre property in rural Washington.
"This is what we always wanted," he shares. "But just couldn’t have up north."
There are a lot of considerations when it comes to property.
Now, the Brown family is building a sort of compound on their land so that many of the family members can live there.
For reasons that are not entirely clear, Ami chose to speak about 66-year-old Billy Brown's prodigious sperm.
"The Lord tells us if a man’s quiver is full, he is highly blessed,” Ami says, smiling.
She observes: “And we’re very blessed."
Well, they do have seven children -- five sons and two daughters.
And now, they have a grandson.
Elijah Connor Brown was born on February 26.
He is the firstborn son of Noah Brown and his wife, Rhain Alisha.
The two had been engaged for a while before tying the knot last year.
Noah isn't the only one with good news for the family -- or a wife, for that matter.
Gabe Brown married Raquel Rose, and fans cannot wait to see more of this sweet couple.