Brooks’ Cancer Is Still The Conversation On ‘Real Housewives Of Orange County …

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Brooks Ayers Reveals the Truth: Does He Have Cancer?.

“I think they do it to create drama,” Ayers said of the cast’s accusations regarding his illness. “It’s useless drama that brings on stress that quite frankly no one needs and in particular my situation.

Two things are true if you find yourself fighting with Vicki Gunvalson about her ex Brooks Ayers’ cancer diagnosis on The Real Housewives of Orange County: You are only doing this because you proclaim you are her friend and you love her – and your name is either Heather, Tamra or Shannon. I’m not running from anything.” This season, Ayers shared with the Housewives that he stopped receiving chemotherapy treatments, instead opting for alternative methods – a decision that has been the hot topic among the ladies specifically Meghan King Edmonds and Tamara Judge. That’s the lesson from Monday’s RHOC, which saw the ladies really take to heart all of the floating rumors and “inconsistencies” (what does a skipped appointment prove, really?) swirling around Ayers’ health. In turn, three of Gunvalson’s friends sat down with her in the hour, each to share concerns about the controversy, and each to urge Gunvalson to do what they thought was the only logical thing: divulge Ayers’ medical records. According to Ayers, he was diagnosed with Stage 3 Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a form of blood cancer, and will be back in the Los Angeles area at the beginning of October for another round of treatments.

I have major, major questions.” “I think that the entire situation will definitely be tried by the court of public opinion, and things come out that are so bizarre,” Heather Dubrow said in July. There is no easy way for the women to prove Ayers is lying – and asking him to prove the opposite is, in Gunvalson’s words, “unconscionable.” And yet, it is totally possible (in the way that most things are possible, even if improbable), that Ayers is lying about some or all of his diagnosis.

Ayers says that just because he has cancer doesn’t mean that he should be “lying around in a hospice bed,” and he is not letting any negativity get him down. And so: Fresh from Gunvalson’s fight with Tamra Judge at Shannon Beador’s Ares-themed party, Heather Dubrow pulled Gunvalson aside to fill her in on all the talk. He actually feels like the show enjoys manufactured drama and it looks like Brooks Ayers may have been a victim of said drama, because his battle is real.

The reality star is reportedly being treated by his oncologist and he told ET that since he’s started taking supplements and doing IV therapy that his “numbers were normalized.” She said revealing the records could only be step one of letting the women completely into the realm of Ayers’ medical care, where none of them have a right to be.

Round two of The Cancer Conversation came when Judge visited Gunvalson after the Ares party to apologize for her temper over Ayers’ comment that apparently called her character into question. The doctor that Brooks is seeing had battled this same disease 11 years ago, which implies he has a very good understanding of what is going on with him at this time.

But there was one change: Gunvalson asked Judge to be more upfront with Edmonds and admit that her behavior in investigating Ayers was crossing at least a few personal boundaries – and Judge did do just that at a gym meetup with Edmonds.

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