Vicki Gunvalson Ditches Brooks Ayers’ Cancer Drama For A New Mystery Man! Date …

11 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Brooks Ayers Cancer Update: City of Hope hospital says it ‘never’ treated Ayers.

The Real Housewives of Orange County stars released statements sharing their thoughts on the bombshell revelation, and it’s safe that to say that the Bravo ladies are still trying to wrap their heads around the whole ordeal. “I can’t say I am shocked,” Tamra tells us exclusively. “I’ve always said, ‘If he has cancer I hope he gets better and if he doesn’t…I still hope he gets better.'” She continues, “From day one I called him out. The City of Hope hospital, where Brooks claimed to have been treated, has just released what would appear to be an incriminating statement against Brooks Ayers–namely, that City of Hope never treated Ayers for cancer. Over the last few weeks, Brooks Ayers, the boyfriend of cast member Vicki Gunvalson, has been on a minor media tour as the final episodes of the reality show aired on Bravo. Most recently, he shared images of what appeared to be chemotherapy treatment via social media, but quickly deleted them when it was suggested that the photos were actually of a blood donation.

Discrepancies regarding the diagnosis, treatment plans and lifestyle choices were documented throughout the show, and so far his explanations have been, at best, inconclusive. I knew that if I let go, he would do it to himself.” “My original thought was that he told her he had cancer so that she would stay with him, and at some point she figured out it wasn’t true. That’s not going to be the case until my numbers have normalized and that’s the word that was used to me.” He continued, “I have more tests coming up in two months. In addition, it emerged that Ayers works as an Accounts Manager for Certified Medical Consultants–a company that provides “Independent Medical Examination reports” courtesy of a “network of over 20,000 physicians, located throughout the United States and in other countries.” Which still didn’t explain how Brooks (might have) faked his records so poorly: one line of his report, available via screencap, featured no spacing at all–just a chunk of words run together.

But in discussing his diagnosis and subsequent treatment—which he did practically every time he was on screen—Ayers got specific: he named an imaging lab where he’d received a PET scan and he named a hospital where he’d been getting chemotherapy treatments. News that he talked to Gunvalson, saying, “She said no, she didn’t feel like she’s been duped and secondly, she does now believe that I have cancer.” The truth always comes out.” Tamra also notes that Brooks’ alternative treatment—the juicing regimen that’s referenced several times throughout the season—could prove to be dangerous if those with cancer opt to try the program out for themselves. Duarte Road, Duarte, California 91010.” In Ayers’ provided document, the word “east” is abbreviated and the center’s address appears as “1500 East Duarte Road, Duarte CA 91010.” Another red flag is that Ayers’ document includes an “Invoice #” of eight digits, while the other patient’s document does not. Instead, it has an eight-digit “Medical Record Number.” Finally, while Ayers provided us with his medical invoice, which he claims was accessible through the patient portal, a source tells us that invoices and bills are actually not available to patients online.

The daily grind, the routines of reminding yourself that I’m sick and I need to do certain things and not do certain things.” RHOC stars such as Meghan King Edmonds still weren’t buying it, with Edmonds telling E! News exclusively after Brooks’ interview aired, “To accuse someone of faking cancer is a huge accusation that you should never take lightly, but I felt that way and that’s why I said it and that’s what started it.

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