Cancer-stricken Ghost star Patrick Swayze and his wife LISA NIEMI have renewed their wedding vows, according to U.S. reports.
The couple jetted off to their New Mexico ranch to exchange vows again, before a small group of close friends.
The actor was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer at the beginning of 2008, and is fighting for his life, according to America's the Globe.
Swayze and Niemi will celebrate their 33rd wedding anniversary on 12 June (08) and the actor is determined to live up to that date and beyond.
An insider tells the publication, "He is refusing to give up, but right now he's living for today."
The source insists the renewed wedding vows were very special for the couple: "It was very important to him (Swayze) to express his love and commitment to Lisa. They both mean the world to one another."
The Globe recently revealed Swayze has drawn up his will to include plans for his own funeral, and he has settled all his affairs - just in case he suddenly loses his cancer battle.
The Dirty Dancing star continues to undergo treatment in Stanford, California, but close friends insist the future doesn't look too bright for the movie star.
One pal tells the Globe, "It's deadly serious. Doctors have told him that if or when the cancer spreads to his brain he has two weeks to live."
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