Robin Roberts, GMA anchor, and other cancer survivors face blood …
(CNN) — Five years after battling and beating breast cancer, "Good Morning America" co-anchor Robin Roberts faces another dangerous health foe. Monday
Good Morning America's anchor beat breast cancer. But doctors knew that the treatments they used could increase her risk of other cancers down the road.
Whatever good can come of this,” Josh Elliott says of “Good Morning America” colleague Robin Roberts' health, “I can tell you that she is at the front of the line to make that happen. She's a remarkable human being.”
The day after Robin Roberts revealed she has been battling a blood and bone marrow disease, the Good Morning America anchor spent time thanking well-wishers for an outpouring of support.
Robin Roberts appeared on Good Morning America today and thanked viewers for their support. The anchor is intent on battling through a blood disorder.